With the launch of their second festival, In Other Words bring out a second anthology featuring a collection of Cambridge poets, storytellers and photographers. The festival it accompanies showcases the work of the not yet established, the disestablished, and those who otherwise don’t have a sufficient platform in performance and the arts. Enshrined at the […]
News items, announcements, achievements of members
Cambridge Contemporary Dance will be performing ‘We All Disappear’, a new piece in response to the paintings and sculptures from the Sina Jina collection, currently exhibited at the Heong Gallery, Cambridge. The piece was corregraphed by Hilary Goodall, and happens at the gallery on May 21st, with performances at 12pm, 2pm and 3pm.
Sabotage Reviews have commissioned Abi Palmer to create ‘Nobel’: an interactive poetry game based on the legacy of a man who spent his life both creating explosions, and trying to correct them. The finished piece will premier at the Saboteur Awards on March 13th, 2017. How will you look back on your own decisions in […]
Nikki Marrone and Tom Dedola release Haiku To F*ck To, an anthology that celebrates sexuality and the human body. Released through Spark The Word, the anthology is a collection of Haiku that highlights aspects of intimacy, gender, romance and societal views, and looks to explore the many facets of sex, sensuality and the imperfect. In the words […]
As a prelude to our EP Poetry & Piano, Nikki Marrone, Ups Suppa and Tim Knight met with Matt Widgery to improvise soundtracks to some of their spoken word performances. Filmed in 2016, the sessions formed the framework that led to the EP becoming a recording project. As is true with the studio sessions, the […]
Laura McGarrigle, pseudonym Gaze Is Ghost, releases ‘Feather and Bone’, a new, richly detailed track from her upcoming album. Her last release, ‘Revolvere / Murmuration’, was released in 2014. ‘Feather and Bone’ charts more vibrant, energetic territory, with lyrics delving into folktale while percussion and pizzicato lend the song a pop sensibility, offsetting Laura’s typically atmospheric, […]
Cambridge Contempoary Dance perform in and around the Ai Weiwei exhibition Cubes and Trees. The performance was choreographed by Hilary Goodall, and performed by dancers Hannah Laeverenz-Schlogelhofer, Camila Miranda, Hannah Spencer and Lorenza Toffolon at Heong Gallery, Cambridge. You can watch the video on Facebook here.
Patrick Davies and Theresa Elflein recently came together under the pseudonym Teeth and Gums to release 96250, a new EP of experimental percussions and free-form noise. You can listen to the release below: 96250 by Teeth & Gums
We’re incredibly excited to share news of a(white)void, an upcoming poetry publication from Tim Knight, one of our favourite Cambridge creatives. If poets were musicians, this collection would be an limited edition EP rather than an album; a self-contained, beautifully presented object for you to collect and keep. It’s due to land in your hands as either booklet or boxset, and while we’re not […]
Abi Palmer and writer / mycologist Nathan Smith present Exploring The Fungarium: Poetry, Form and Fungus, a day-long experimental poetry workshop at Kew Gardens. From penicillin to porcini, disease to detergent, the world of fungi contains an extraordinarily diverse range of treasure. But for a kingdom with so much interaction with humanity, it is remarkably […]