“You can be adored, or you can be a monster…”
Thing of Myth and Beauty is a show about queer love, sea monsters and justified, feminist rage told through ethereal, lyrical poetry and fiction.
Alicia Fitton weaves together tales of heroines from Ancient Greece, teenagers from down the street, and girls from the office into a fierce and funny examination of what it means to be woman in public. This show will appeal to fans of Ancient Greece and the Pre-Raphaelite movement, witchy women, angry women and anyone who has sometimes thought about being a tree.
Manchester: 27th July, 7:30pm at Gullivers Lounge, NQ, 109 Oldham Street, Manchester M4 1LW – Tickets: On Sale Soon
London: 9th & 10th August, 9pm at Hen and Chickens, 109 St Paul’s Road, Islington, London, N1 2NA – Tickets
I am very please to announce that from Jan 2023 I’ll be co-hosting the fabulous and award winning Verbose, spoken word evening alongside the wonderful Lisa O’Hare and Ilaria Passeri.
Verbose is usually on the last Monday of each month at the Kings Arms, Salford. Follow @verboseMcr on instagram or Facebook for details.
I’m thrilled to tell you that I was shortlisted in the Glasgow Women’s Library Digital Slam! It was stiff competition against some awesome women. Congratulations to the wonderful Jenny Lister who won!
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I have a flash fiction, Leda published in Ellipsis Zine Twelve.
Sea witch featured in Haunted Words 2022 Anthology.
How to be a spiritual Goddess is in Cape Magazine issue 2
My debut pamphlet, So Tightly Wound is available now from Amazon.co.uk.
Battle-Hymn of the Lesbian Empire is now available in Mookychick’s Medusa Project. Download your copy free from their website for a gorgeous collection of poems celebrating the female experience.
Manchester Tram is out now in the the Mancunian Ways anthology from Fly on the Wall.
My story Six Seeds is printed in the May 2020 edition of Twist in Time magazine.
Dancing Spring appears in the Spring 2020 issue of Printed Words Magazine edited by the wonderful Amanda Steel.
I’m very pleased to announce that my short story, Monster at the Cliff Edge, appears in the May 2019 issue of Twist in Time Magazine.