Mary Chapin Carpenter
Mary Chapin Carpenter was part of a small movement of folk-influenced country singer/songwriters of the late '80s. Although many of these performers never achieved commercial success, Carpenter was able to channel her anti-Nashville approach into chart success and industry awards by the early '90s.Buy tickets
John Cooper Clarke shot to prominence in the 1970s as the original ‘people’s poet’.
Toria Garbutt is a spoken word artist from Knottingley - a former mining town in West Yorkshire
Whether he’s opening for the Libertines or reciting Georgian ballads down your local, Luke Wright is adept at taking poetry places it doesn’t normally go.
Henry is a writer, poet, TV & Film producer, founder of the Manchester Poetry Festival (now the Literature festival) and co-founder of the Nottingham Poetry Festival.
For two decades, Gretchen Peters has been one of Nashville's most beloved and respected artists.
Mike Garry was a librarian for 15 years before becoming a poet.
Clare is an award winning performance poet, comedienne sculptor and singer who's first spoken word show "California Scheming" toured the UK to rave reviews.
Hailed as “a raw and thrilling new talent”, Freya Beer is a singer-songwriter from West London.