Acclaimed comedian Njambi McGrath’s debut book, Through the Leopard’s Gaze, offers a stark account of McGrath’s traumatic childhood and journey into adulthood.
Exploring themes of identity, race, loss and love in contemporary Britain, Louisa Adjoa Parker's latest poetry collection is powerful and accessible, says reviewer Reshma...
Our very own book reviewer Reshma Ruia's first poetry collection, 'A Dinner Party In The Home Counties', sheds light on the underbelly of Britain,...
The selection will be unveiled at Waterstones Bristol Galleries and made available in libraries across Bristol
Chama Kay is impressed with Death of England and Rafe Spall's 'frantic, energetic and all round brilliant performance'.
Cherise Lopes-Baker describes Temi Wilkey's debut The High Table as a 'heartwarming, resonant and celestial black queer tale for the ages'.
Emily Aboud speaks to Heather Marks about SPLINTERED and its cabaret origins.
After 43 years, Jatinder Verma MBE, is stepping down as artistic director and founder of the ground-breaking theatre company Tara Arts.
Derek Owusu's debut book, the first to be published under Stormzy's #Merky Imprint, is a powerful and challenging read, says Barbara Grant.