Most people think of the tarot as just a tool for divination, but this fascinating symbol system is much more than that; it’s a complete pictorial exploration of what it is to be human.
In these workshops, we’ll be using tarot ... More information
We See You Now is a creative writing retreat for Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME)/ people of colour (PoC) writers or artists working with writing and based in or with a clear connection to Sussex or the South East, ... More information
An opportunity to immerse yourself in an intensive online solo 5-day retreat, bringing the ancient art of daily mindfulness practice to an exploration of the natural world through poetry, mainly haiku & haibun, with Roselle Angwin. Roselle is a well-published ... More information
Join Writing Our Legacy and special guest Dean Atta for an online social and networking event. This is a space for writers and creatives of colour to come together and share experiences. The third in a series of monthly socials ... More information
Get Your Words Out: a 21 day programme for writers who want to kickstart their writing practice
A supportive three week course designed to help you focus on your creative writing projects. Come and get your words out!
Starts Tuesday 1st Sept ... More information
Work in Progress
Every Tuesday from 1st Sept - 6th Oct 7-9pm
A series of six online writing workshops to help you develop your work so you can establish a writing habit and leap over creative blocks.
If you want to write creative ... More information
Work in Progress
Every Thursday morning from 3rd Sept - 8th Oct 10am-12pm
A series of six writing workshops to help you develop your work so you can establish a writing habit and leap over creative blocks.
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With objects, images and ideas from museums, libraries and archives from across the UK, US and The Netherlands, Plymouth’s The Box is commemorating the 400th anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower.
Curator Jo Loosemore reveals the changing perceptions of the ... More information
David Harper’s ‘A Romp With The Georgians’ is coming to Paignton in September.
The show takes a funny look at life during the period from 1714-1830. A time in Britain of growth (e.g. empire) discoveries (e.g. Australia) inventions (e.g. roller skates) ... More information
An illustrated tour through the dark story of our fascination with murder, with renowned historian Lucy Worsley.
Lucy has covered the history of this very British obsession in a book and BBC TV series. Here she shares its secrets and explores ... More information