#MurderousMedway event! An evening of performances so good, they’re criminal!
Join us at Rochester Children’s Library during the Dickens Festival for Poetrees inspired by the great man’s works. Or choose your Dickens Name and write your very own great work, starring the character you would have been!
It’s all free and there’s no need to book, but children must be accompanied by an adult.
Saturday, June 10 from 10.30am-1pm.
With many thanks to the City of Rochester Society for their grant support again this year, which enables the event to take place.
Fun and activities for all ages inspired by Sir Terry Pratchett’s Discworld.
Community Hub and High Street, Saturday, October 8. 10am-4pm
We were too far down the line to organise a tribute to STP last year, but were keen to keep his name and work alive. ‘The Turtle Moves’ is the call of Discworld fans across the Roundworld!
Our popular Cafe Crawl takes place on Sunday, October 2 from 12-3pm. It’s a great excuse to indulge in hot milky drinks and cake, while our writers and performers entertain you with their wonderful stories.
This year’s Garden Party is again a little different – we’re taking up residence at the Dickens Festival from 3-5 June, with activities ongoing throughout the three days to celebrate our most famous writer.
Awarded the CLPE 2015 Children’s Poetry Award for his first book Werewolf Club Rules, Joseph Coelho has been busy producing his latest performances ‘Cloaked Tales’.
We’re pleased to host our Bookmark’d event again this year, albeit in a slightly different format to last year.
Our popular Cafe Crawl makes a comeback this year, taking place on Saturday, October 10 in three of Rochester’s top eateries.
Our ‘Garden Party’ this year is taking place as part of the Fort Amherst Summer Fair on Saturday, August 29th.
Of course, Bill needs no introduction to Medway, not really!
One of the near legendary Medway Poets Group alongside Billy Childish, Bill has performed his poems in Europe and the Americas and been published in magazines, journals and anthologies all over the world.
People across Kent had their favourite things included in a specially commissioned Wellbeing poem with the help of poet Dan Simpson.