Roisin Crowley Linton makes her Brighton debut with a unique blend of achingly honest poetry, side-splitting stand-up and personal storytelling.
Teenagers are weird. Being a teenager is weird. Working with teenagers is weird. Especially when you split work at a youth club by day and perform comedy, poetry and burlesque by night. This time we’re talking about growing up in Newcastle, how hard it is to be sexy and how the kids are alright.
“A tiny wicked wordsmith... Some of the most impressive poetry and one-liners to be found” **** (EdFestMag) Website Twitter Facebook Instagram