Creative Writing Workshop – Horsham

creative writing brightonExperiment with creative writing in a safe, supportive and fun environment, and, if you wish, share your writing with others. Led by a published author and experienced facilitator, these workshops are open to any level of ability and focus on different creative exercises each session.  These workshops are in partnership with New Writing South.

Fee: FREE
Dates:
Thursday 10th January 2019
Thursday 24th January 2019
Thursday 14th February 2019
Thursday 21st February 2019
Thursday 14th March 2019
Thursday 21st March 2019
Times: Thursdays 3:00pm-5:00pm
Venue: Horsham Library, Lower Tanbridge Way, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1PJ

Please note, you only need to book for one drop-in and are able to attend all future drop in sessions.

Tutor: Evlynn Sharp is a performance poet, playwright, creative arts facilitator and visiting lecturer. She has been the Writer in Residence at secure establishments such as HMP Lewes and HMP Belmarsh as well as with many organisations and charities including Surrey & Sussex Probation Trust, Charing Cross Hospital, East Grinstead Museum, Care for the Carers. Along with artwork by visual artist Sally Booth, her poetry of ‘Edges and Extremes’ was exhibited at the Tate Modern in London as well as at Geevor Tin Mine’s Hard Rock Gallery in Cornwall, Shetland Museum and Archives, and at the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh.

Help with travel costs is available. Please contact [email protected] for details.

When

24/01/2019 - 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Where

Horsham Library,
Lower Tanbridge Way,
Horsham,
RH12 1PJ
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How to book

You can book a place by completing the form below. You can pay online by credit or debit card or pay offline by bank transfer or cheque

We aim to keep the cost of our training free or as low as possible. Please consider making a donation below.

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Registration Criteria

Our workshops are for artists and writers who are under-represented. We need to collect the information below as part of our funding requirements.

having a mental health issue
having a physical disability
having a long-term limiting illness
having a learning disability/ADHD
being neurodiverse/ASD
having a sensory impairment
having a substance misuse issue
being homeless or in temporary accommodation
being a survivor of abuse
being long term unemployed
being a carer
being an offender or ex-offender
being a care leaver
being part of the BMER or Traveller community
being a part of the LGBTQ+ community
being an older person (65+)

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