Sonnet Youth Social Club
Thursday 9 July, 2020
Sonnet Youth Social Club brings together some of our favourite artists to create that unique SY vibe and stream incredible performances direct to your homes.
Hannah is a short story writer, poet and playwright. Her pamphlet of short fiction, Rocket Girls, was published by Postbox Press (Oct 2018) and her poetry pamphlet, Finding Seaglass: Poems from The Drift was published by Stewed Rhubarb Press (May 2019). The Drift, her autobiographical play, was produced by the National Theatre of Scotland for a nationwide tour in 2019. Her most recent play, The Lament for Sheku Bayoh, was commissioned by the Royal Lyceum Theatre. She was awarded a New Playwright Award from Playwrights Studio Scotland and was named as one on BBC Writers Room Scottish Voices of 2020.
The Colonel himself, John McMustard is the frontman of the ultimate festival band and Barrowland Hall of Famers Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5 championed by 6 Music and Radio Scotland and famed for their genre hopping, yellow pollen count of happiness, with shiny disco ball hats, inflatable unicorns and crowd participation. Johns’ solo album Sports Mixture got rave reviews and a top 10 children’s chart hit with a song from his family theatre show Colonel Mustard & The Big Bad Wolf. The Dijon 5 have their 2nd album The Difficult Number 2 due for release on Button Up Records later this year.
Stephen Buchanan Comedy is an award-winning comedian who performs regularly across the UK. In 2018 he was crowned Scottish Comedian of the Year and also became the first ever Scottish comedian to win the coveted BBC New Comedy Award. He has performed stand-up on The Comedy Underground (BBC Scotland), The Now Show (BBC Radio 4), The Drivetime Show (BBC Radio 2) and The Arts Hour (BBC World Service).
Rising star Lancashire based poet, Amy Lee Tempest, has been performing since 2018 across her local poetry scene. Her experimental poetry sequence, ‘Wallpaper’, was nominated for the Lancashire Arts Festival award, and later exhibited and performed as part of Burnley’s arts festival ‘Openings’, 2019. She was the poet in residence for Burnley’s Literary Festival later that year.
Saheliya is a specialist mental health and well-being support organisation for black, minority ethnic, asylum seeker, refugee and migrant women and girls (12+) in the Edinburgh and Glasgow area.
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- Spring Blossom Glasgow Film Festival 2021
- Soothing Stress and Living Well IWD 2021
- International Womens Day 2021 Scottish Women’s Convention
- International Womens Day 2021 Quiz
- Unite Industrial Women – #IWD2021
- International Women’s Day – Virtual Book Club
- Balloch Open Mic – Interview with Billy Scobie
- Glasgow Film Festival 2021 – Spring Blossom review Pat Byrne
- FrightFest – American Badger review by Danielle O’Neill Young
- FrightFest Glasgow 2021 – ‘Vicious Fun’ review Danielle O’Neill Young
- Glasgow Film Festival – Rosa’s Wedding review by Pat Byrne
- Book Launch – Peter May: The Night Gate
- Yer Old Faither review by Pat Byrne
- Wildland Glasgow Film Festival Online review Pat Byrne
- Introductions to birding in Glasgow – with Scott Rogers Part IV(Nature Recovery)
- CLIC Sargent – World Book Day Fundraiser
- Spring Fling Queen Margaret Drive
- The Knitting Station by Kirsti Wishart – book launch