April Write Then Socialise

WTS April

April’s Write Then Socialise will take place during our annual Terry Pratchett celebration, The Turtle Moves, from 10am-1pm in Rochester Community Hub cafe.

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The Turtle Moves World Building Workshop – April 27th

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The ability to create a whole new world is the basis of great fantasy writing.

JRR Tolkien, George RR Martin and of course, Sir Terry Pratchett (yes, I was tempted to stick RR in there) set a very high bar that all writers must strive for when planning their fantastical stories.

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Murderous Medway: The Three ‘C’s Crime Writing Workshops

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Saturday 13 October 10am-4pm.

We wanted to have a day of workshops from which you could leave with a blueprint for your own story. This could be one you’ve been working on for some time and need to kick start, or one where you have just the seed of an idea and need to nurture it. Either way, these workshops covering Concept, Character and Conflict will help you thrash out the story you need to tell.

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Double Dutch – Battle of Medway Family Crafts

Dutch Raid Battle Medway

Join us at Rochester Children’s Library to “celebrate” the Dutch Raid on the English navy!

Sew your own tulip funny face, make your own sea-themed windmill or deck out your very own wooden boat. And once you decide on your banner colours, you can decorate your shield, sword and visor!

It’s all free and there’s no need to book but children must be accompanied by an adult.

Saturday, June 17 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.

The Dickens Festival

Dickens 2016

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.