Last month we took our new show Holmes & Watson: The Case of the Rhyming Crime around Norfolk pubs, courtesy of The Inn Crowd. We're off on a similar tour of Kent soon, with perhaps a showing at the Edinburgh Fringe too! More info about the show can be found here. In the meantime, Dr. Watson was kind enough to keep a diary of the famous duo's time on tour, which I present to you today without further ado...Read More
Sam and I are on tour with our new show Holmes and Watson: The Case of the Rhyming Crime. They play has been developed with support from Inn Crowd, who make work happen in rural pubs across the South East and East of England. Our show opened last night at the delightful Wheatsheaf in Holt, Norfolk.Read More
A Change of Climate is now ready to order, just in time for Christmas!
The book is a collection of 20 climate poems from across the world and ALL profits are going to the Environmental Justice Foundation to support the work that they do in helping climate change refugees.Read More
The Experimental Words London show is nearly here! Next Monday our intrepid poets and scientists will debut brand new micro-performances at Springer Nature, exploring research through spoken word. The two previous shows in Manchester and Canterbury have been incredible and sold out, so make sure to grab your free ticket now if you're planning on coming! In the meantime, here's poet Keith Jarrett's take on This Is Science, which he wrote when paired with Dr. Jess Wade.Read More
During our Experimental Words shows, we make our audience complete some paperwork at the interval. Through a questionnaire, we ask them questions about poetry and science - and task them with writing a poem. It's very important, data-driven work - and certainly not just for silly purposes. Some excellent poems are always written, but today we wanted to share this super cool cartoon drawn by Adrian Brayley at the Canterbury show. This in just 15 minutes: amazing! Find out more about Adrian here.