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If you want to be good at something you’ve got to be bad at it first. August 18th is Bad Poetry Day, and with that in mind Helen Seymour will be giving you the space, time and expertise to experiment, test the waters and get it terribly, terribly wrong – so that you can get it right!
This session will be on zoom.
- The event will start at 2:00pm, we will open the room at 1:55pm.
- This workshop is for anyone.
- This will be an accessible workshop
- This workshop is free
- It is limited to a capacity of 15 and will be available on a first come, first serve basis.
Helen Seymour is a writer and performer who has recently published her debut collection ‘The Underlook’ with The Poetry Business. She has written and performed two spoken word theatre shows across the country, bringing a mix of spoken word, comedy, theatre and performance art to a wide range of audiences. Her work is often surreal, with a dark sense of humour and a lot of heart.
Photo credit: Mark Dawson