Surprised by a Poem
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About the Event
In the same way that learning to make an omelette doesn't make us a chef, or making a clay pot doesn't make us a ceramicist, writing a poem doesn't make us a poet. However, we might turn out to love making omelettes or pots or writing a poem or two. If you would like the latter to be true, whatever your experience or absence thereof, this might be for you. Over these 4 weeks we'll come together to work and play with letting poems appear. We'll read and write poems, move to some fab music and see what happens. Work or play or both, it's up to you - together we'll hear and write the unexpected. Sue is not a poet, and doesn’t want to be, yet she loves poetry and wants to play with it. Rachel is a poet and always will be, she loves poetry and wants to work with it.
Dates & Times: 17 Feb 5-8pm 24 Feb 5-7pm 3 Mar 5-7pm 10 Mar 5-8pm Maximum 14 people
Payment: In this time, when some people have lost their incomes and some haven’t, we are offering a sliding scale of £80-£120. If you’re in a position to contribute more than £120 that enables us to offer more places to people on lower incomes. If you need to pay less than £80, get in touch.
To reserve a place: please contact Leila at firstname.lastname@example.org