Mon, 19 Oct | Fenton Town Hall

What Now?

A series of writing workshops that ask What is important now? What do we want to change? What is in our control?
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What Now?

Time & Location

19 Oct 2020, 19:00 – 21:00
Fenton Town Hall, Stoke-on-Trent, Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 3BX, UK

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As we process all that has happened in 2020 and are still faced with many unknowns about the future, 'What Now?' is a series of writing workshops which offers an opportunity collectively reflect, process, and reimagine what the future might look like. What is important now? What do we want to change? What is in our control?

Join poet Jamie Thrasivoulou for a series of 4 workshops where he'll guide us through writing tasks with these as starting points. There will be opportunities to share and even perform your writing, but no experience is necessary!

Please book your place on the workshops by following the link. You will need to be available for all 4 workshops in order to take part.

Venue: The Cafe at Fenton Town Hall, Baker Street, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 3BX

Dates: Mondays 19th Oct 2020 - 9th Nov 2020

Time: 7pm - 9pm

Cost: This series of workshops is 'pay-what-you-decide'. This means on the final workshop you can voluntarily donate based on your experience of the event and within your means.

Jamie Thrasivoulou is an award-winning writer, poet, lyricist, and educator from Derby.His second collection of poems, ‘Our Man’, was published in July 2019, exploring aspects of masculinity, mental health, class, loss and addiction within the climate of neoliberal Britain. Jamie has toured all over the UK performing at literary festivals and events including: Outspoken at the 100 Club, The Everyman Theatre, The Old Rep Theatre, The Royal Albert Hall, Verve Poetry Festival, and The Other Place (RSC Venue). Jamie was also a lead artist in Restoke's MAN UP (2018).

COVID-19: The Cafe is a COVID secure workplace. Workshops will cater for a small group of participants and maintain physical distancing. Therefore, places are very limited. If demand is high, we will put on additional workshops.

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