About

Imogen Stirling is a spoken word artist, theatre maker and musician.

Coming from a musical theatre background and performing long-term as one half of duo, Wonderful Exile, Imogen writes with an inherent musicality. She has performed in a 5 star production of ‘Les Miserables’ at the Edinburgh Fringe; acted as director and playwright for political music theatre piece, ‘BodiesUponTheGears’ for which she was awarded the Alasdair Cameron Scholarship; and has worked alongside Sir Tim Rice.

Following a one year music tour around mainland Europe, Imogen began performing spoken word in Berlin at the end of 2017. She has since swiftly gained recognition within the Scottish poetry scene and festival circuit.

Her work has been featured in Tell-Tale Magazine, Fused Magazine, easyJet Traveller Magazine, Love Like Salt anthology and The Skinny, as well as on BBC Music Introducing, BBC Kent and Amsterdam FM.

Imogen will be touring with poetry collective Words w/ Friends in summer 2018 before debuting her solo show #Hypocrisy at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. You can buy tickets here.

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Photo credit: Perry Jonsson