Sonnet Youth Social Club
Thursday 14 May, 2020 at 8.05 p.m. (fortnightly event)
Every second Thursday at 8:05pm after the clap for the NHS. Sonnet Youth Social Club brings together some of their favourite artists to create that unique SY vibe and stream incredible performances direct to your homes.
Supporting artists and a different charity every show, pay what you feel at paypal.me/sonnetyouth
May 14th LINE-UP
Matt Abbott Poet– poet, educator and activist from Wakefield. Founder of spoken word record label Nymphs & Thugs and frontman of Skint & Demoralised. Matt writes about social and political issues, human struggle and working-class culture.
Kirstin Innes is a brilliant novelist; her first book, Fishnet, won the Guardian’s Not the Booker Prize in 2015; her second novel, Scabby Queen, will be published by 4th Estate later this year (more info at kirstininnes.com)
Rosco McClelland Comedy – comedian, writer, video maker and twitch affiliate. Winner of Scottish Comedian Of The Year 2016, and a finalist the following year, Rosco can currently be seen on BBC Scotland’s Up For It.
Anna Secret Poet– a lone crazed guitar-wielding, genre-defying anomaly. She’s been welcomed at cabarets, comedy nights, drag shows, poetry/spoken word events and grassroots rock gigs alike since 2016. Her new album entitled ‘No Brainer’ is out now on Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, Deezer etc (and by mail order).
- Creative Conversations: Anuradha Roy
- Creative Activism: 20th Anniversary of Scotland’s Repeal of Section 28
- Arracht – Glasgow Film Theatre at Home
- The Long Walk – GFT A Home
- Africa in Motion 2020
- Cambridge Literary Festival – Winter Festival Online
- Mother India Cafe & Open for Takeaway and Uber Eats
- French Film Festival 2020 – Online
- Big Book Week Scotland Quiz 2020
- P.M. Freestone at Creative Conversations
- Book Week Scotland 2020
- Real Bread Bakers – Screening and Discussion
- Book Week Scotland 2020: Glasgow Libraries
- Creative Conversations: Sandy NicDhòmhnaill Jones
- I Like Your Hat – book launch with Magi Gibson
- Scottish Writers Centre: Double Book Launch Leela Soma and Allan Martin
- Poetry, Reading and Discussion
- Creative Conversations, University of Glasgow
- Queerness in 1980s Glasgow – Douglas Stuart
- Bloody Scotland: Michael Connelly and Ian Rankin