'Every story is a story about death. But perhaps, if we are lucky, our story about death is also a story about love' ~ Helen Humphries.
Stories always involve loss and gain, death and rebirth, and they are always powered by ... More information
In dreams, a house can be a symbol for the dreamer’s body; in fiction, as in life, a person’s home expresses something of their personality, and how they feel about their home right now may reflect the way they feel ... More information
This workshop will guide you through the process of adapting stories for the stage. It is led by award-winning playwright Bea Roberts (The Borrowers, Tobacco Factory).
This workshop is run by Papatango. Papatango run free opportunities to launch new playwrights, who ... More information
GUIDED WALK & WRITING WORKSHOP
The Cornerstone Heritage Research Centre launches its 2020 public engagement programme with a free doctoral study day at the Royal William Yard, Plymouth. It is your opportunity to take part in field research and gain a ... More information
A pilgrimage is a meaningful journey. Often, people go on a pilgrimage when they are at a major crossroads in their life, or searching for spiritual experience, healing and forgiveness, but sometimes they are simply marking a significant birthday, retirement, ... More information
This one day workshop gives participants the opportunity to explore the personal and professional qualities involved in the practice of Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes.
Participants will be invited to engage in creative writing exercises and also to respond to their ... More information
The new Writers’ Weekend takes place from 10-12 July, 2020 at the University of Winchester and offers a wide range of workshops, talks and networking opportunities for those writing in all genres, at all levels. Attendees can book up to ... More information