- Website: neureekie.tumblr.com
Avant-garde spoken word, film and music fusion night describing itself as 'playing host to the sinister and the sanguine'.
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Reviews & features
Scotland's spoken word scene in rude health14 Oct 2013
Rally & Broad's Rachel McCrum has a look at the country's thriving spoken word scene
This August, for the second year running, the official Fringe programme included a section specifically for spoken word. The 67 shows included are certainly a little footloose with their definition of spoken word: spot on the mark with original shows…
Neu! Reekie! - Summerhall, Edinburgh, Fri 26 Oct13 Nov 2012
The Spoken Word meets music and film night is candlelit for a Hallowe'en special
Conjure in your mind a darkened hall lit by candles: where poets chant about their parents in spirituous rhythms, atmospheric animated shorts include a vintage Loony Tunes cartoon and live music flits from mesmerising folk to a mythic Russian sea…
Ten collaborative music, theatre and film projects from Scotland7 Nov 2012
Including Speed of Light, Pass the Spoon and Whatever Gets You Through the Night
Pass the Spoon. It sounded like an unlikely dish, with ingredients including off-beat artist David Shrigley (who wrote the libreto), modernist composer David Fennessy and Magnetic North director Nicholas Bone working with the Red Note Ensemble, but when…
Spoken word and live literary events in Scotland2 Nov 2012
An overview of live literary events including Inky Fingers, Unbound and Neu! Reekie!
Where once the poetry slam was the Scots wordsmith’s destination of choice for public verbosity, there are now a growing number of spoken word readings at everything from book festivals to DIY venues. Aspiring writers are quickly catching on to a…
Edinburgh performance night Neu! Reekie! becomes record label18 Jul 2012
Neu! Reekie! Records releases Jesus, Baby! feat Davy Henderson
Over the past 18 months, Neu! Reekie!’s monthly Friday nights of what used to be called alternative entertainment have captured Edinburgh’s off-piste underground in a way not seen since Rebel Inc lit-zine first broke cover in the early 1990s. Now Neu!