Kevin Brownlow one of the contributing authors in our collection of essays celebrating women working in the silent film industry, Silent Women: Pioneers of Cinema, will be talking about hisRead more
Ambreen Razia on Channel 4 News
Playwright and actress Ambreen Razia was interviewed on Channel 4 News about her new play The Diary of a Hounslow Girl which is published by Aurora Metro. You can watchRead more
Nick Wood’s adaptation of Arthur Ransome classic selling fast!
Good news for anyone in Suffolk and Peterborough area, as Eastern AnglesÂ areÂ reviving their acclaimed stage adaptation of We Didnâ€™t Mean to Go to Sea at The Hush House, near WoodbridgeRead more
Celebrating 120 Years of Women in Film with Girl from Godâ€™s Country documentary
Melody Bridges co-editor and contributing author of our bookÂ Silent Women: Pioneers of Cinema is chairing aÂ panel discussion on the history of women in film and the UKÂ premiÃ¨re of a newRead more
Live Stream on Wednesday 25 May of The Diary of a Hounslow Girl
We are very excited to announce that there’ll be a live streaming of The Diary of a Hounslow Girl by Ambreen RaziaÂ this Wednesday from 7.20pm. Head toÂ Black Theatre Live forRead more
Ambreen Razia’s debut play getting 4 & 5 star reviews
We’re thrilled to be publishing Ambreen Razia’s debut play The Diary of a Hounslow Girl. Ambreen is currently touring her one-woman monologue around the UK, and has beenÂ getting fabulousÂ 4 &Read more
Maria Giese is changing history!
A year ago, Maria Giese complained to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) about gender discrimination when she felt she had hit a glass ceiling, being passed over for directingRead more
Rachel Barnett named the first ever writer in residence for Milton Keynes
Rachel Barnett has been named the first ever writer in residence for the town of Milton Keynes as part of the town’s 50th birthday celebrations. We published her play collectionRead more
Fiona Rintoul at Ullapool Book Festival this Friday
Fiona Rintoul winner of the 3rd Virginia Prize for Fiction for her novel The Leipzig Affair will be speaking at the Ullapool Book Festival on 6 May at 6.30pm. LastRead more
We’ve won Gold!
More champagne flowing at Aurora Metro as Cheryl Robson collects the top award for short film documentary at WorldFest, the Houston International Film Festival. The Gold Remi award was awardedRead more
We’re at the London Book Fair – come and say hello!
From 12 – 14 April we’ll be at the London Book Fair, stand 4B43. Do pop by and say say hello, and hear all about our recent and forthcoming comingRead more
We have won an award for our doc on Eel Pie Island
Champagne corks popping here at Aurora Metro as we have won a REMI award for our documentary film ‘Rock n Roll Island’ from WorldFest Houston International Film & TV Festival,Read more