Rather than attempting to replace news media, the Royal Court’s Living Newspaper allows creative writers to give their own, fresh perspectives.
Through the lens of their unique artistic perspective, Zanele Muholi strives to reflect the stories of the South African queer and transgender communities who bravely put their lives at stake in choosing to fully embrace their identity.
Suzanne O'Sullivan's case studies of patients afflicted with strange sleeping sicknesses.
Alex Wheatle's experiences in prison following the Brixton uprising in 1981, galvanised his poetry, his innate musicality and his prose.
Lynette Yiadom-Boakye is one helluva painter. Her colours are equal to our living, changing, polychromatic skin colours. We shine. We love. We die.
Salena Godden has created something quite new in the shifting landscape of the text, something like a performative novel.
Rocks provides an intimate exploration of a diverse East London which has been there for years but is rarely shown on screen.
Should criminals ever celebrate the end of their own criminality? How Britain went from being a pro-slavery nation to one celebrating, and hoping to be remembered for, its abolitionist heroes.