Wonder /ˈwʌndə/

noun- a feeling of amazement and admiration, caused by something beautiful, remarkable, or unfamiliar.

The U.K has an ever expanding and exciting spoken word, live lit and storytelling scene- so now is a great time to hone your writing and performing skills, so join White Rabbit for 2 exclusive FREE one day workshops and get your work out there!

Workshop details

Saturday 9 November 10am-4pm  St Marys Church, The Churchyard Ashford

CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP: Fact and Fiction with Bernadette Russell 

Bernadette specialises in creating fictional work using history and non fiction as a spring board for creative ideas.

In this workshop you will be invited to explore the church and graveyard of St Mary’s in Ashford, and use the environment as a springboard for your own creative writing, with an a emphasis on finding the wonder in the every day. Bernadette will provide written prompts and provocations, plus hints and tips about how to shape your idea into a story.

Please dress warmly, with waterproof clothing, as we will be spending some time outside.

Saturday 29 February 10am-4pm  St Marys Church, The Churchyard Ashford

Performing your own writing: Gareth Brierley

Writer, actor and film maker Gareth, will be running a workshop for those interested in performing their own written work. With over 25 years’ experience of performing his own scripts and short fiction both nationally and internationally, Gareth will help you bring your pieces to life, whether they be short stories, monologues or poems

Please bring a piece of written work which you would like to perform, no longer than 1500 words- it doesn’t have to be perfect or finished but just something you would like to work on.

Creative writing skills workshops
Creative writing skills workshops

Saturday, February 29, 2020
at 10:00am - 4:00pm

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The Venue

Revelation Ashford, St Mary's Church, The Churchyard
TN23 1QG