Edinburgh Fringe Podcast with Post Colonial Global Blues

Steve Larkin’s work is informed by a belief in the value of the oral form of poetry.

His work makes extensive use of oratory, musical, and dramatic tools to create art that aims to be visceral, entertaining, and inspiring.

He has for many years restricted his artistic output to the stage, believing that written versions of the work that he has developed over many years would denigrate the craft which has produced sophisticated poetic performances that can be appreciated in the immediate environment for which they were created.

You are unlikely to experience what Steve Larkin has to offer through the written word. 
The advice continues to be ‘see him live before he dies’!  

Details of upcoming live work can be found on the GIGS & TOURS page.

A taster of what you can expect can be experienced by looking at ‘the shadows on the wall’ at the VIDEO & AUDIO page.

His manifesto has been the cornerstone of his educational practice, providing the philosophy for the Oxford Brookes University module ‘Poetry and Storytelling in Performance’ which he authored and delivered for the Performing Arts BA.

It has also been of extreme benefit in gaining interest and enthusiasm from groups of all ages and cultures.  These have included formal educational setting from primary schools to universities, and community settings from youth hip hop clubs to prisons.

Details of his workshops and lectures can be found at the EDUCATION page 

Steve Larkin
Performance Poetry
VIDEO & AUDIOvideo.htmlshapeimage_3_link_0

high res images, reviews, and interviews can be found at the PRESS section of the site.