On the 14th Jan 2021, Shield – my first poetry pamphlet – will be published by Verve Press. Exploring my experience as a disabled person during the pandemic through a variety of voices, Shield has been described as: ‘These are...
I’m very excited to tell you that I’ll be bringing my solo show to the Barbican on the 11th and 12th October 2019, and curating a showcase of disabled artists to accompany it – see the CRIPtic website (link) I...
In a world that feels bleak, it is important not to accustom ourselves to living without the hope that we can build a better future.
At Transpose: The Future (Barbican Centre, 6th-8th Dec), a collection of trans artists come together to explore how this could be done, through mediums ranging from opera to electronica and poetry.
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This autumn I will be running a creative residency at a London theatre, including offering free performance workshops for disabled artists on the themes of DISABLED JOY and WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN HERE
Performed at the Saboteur Awards in May 2018, aseptic is a collaboration between poets Jamie Hale and Emily Robinson. Created in PechaKucha format, the piece uses found text and hospital imagery to explore the creation of value through living despite the...
Building a career as a poet in London is hard enough – doing it while relying on wheelchair accessible public transport is almost impossible
Icarus, by Jamie Hale, published in Poetry Quarterly – Winter 2018
When we see performers on stage, what bodies are reflected in front of us – and what does that mean for the future of performance?