There’s a nationwide initiative to make sure writers write and don’t get lonely while doing it. So, the first Rochester Write Then Socialise event is booked!
Saturday, November 24 from 11-3 in Room 11 at Medway Adult Education, Rochester Community Hub.
Writing can be a lonely occupation so this new national initiative seeks to ensure that writers not only crack on with their writing but also get a chance to socialise with other writers.
Write for 2 hours, then spend 2 hours sharing your work, getting feedback, brainstorming or just enjoying the company of your fellow writers over a hot drink.
Tea and coffee – including decaf – will be available on tap (honesty pot available) and the space is fully accessible.
It’s free but please book a space here so we know how many to expect. See you there!
A bonus event! An evening of performances so good, they’re criminal!
Poetry, storytelling and music, all with a crime theme from some of Medway’s most prolific performers. Murder Most Medway is on Tuesday at 7.30pm at KTS Coffee and Sound. See you there!
With many thanks to local writer Joanne Murray who put the event together, we’ve the chance for another night out!
Do you have a story to tell but find it hard to get it down on paper?
If it’s a struggle, why not contact Dyslexia House for help? They can help get your words into print. So get in touch right now for writing help!
Or do you prefer to express yourself with images rather than words? Then don’t hesitate…get sketching, drawing and painting right now!
This is the first time that Dyslexia House Association has combined forces with Medway Libraries, Medway Mermaids and Nucleus Arts to encourage writing and artwork.
Amidst the usual creative writing workshops, Cafe Crawl and author talks this year, the RLF has a wonderful day of craft activities planned for all ages.
As part of our 2016 festival, Written Worlds, Inspiring Places, we’re running a Discworld inspired Family Arts Trail called The Turtle Moves.
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.
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