Please see details
at the bottom of the page
The Wordfest team are now starting to plan for activities in 2015,
to include a creative writing course with Sue Walker (please see bottom of page), a new venture by Janet Behan of Market Theatre, play readings on Farmer's Market days, and the Poetry Trail during Adur Festival. We will send more details as each activity is finalised.
Wordfest 2015 will be at the end of September, beginning of October, with the theme of "Moments of Change". We have a host of ideas and suggestions, but do let us know if there is anything you particularly want to see.
Finally, we know that many of you are actively involved in creative writing and artistic activities. If you live in Adur or Worthing, and have a project in mind, you might be interested in applying for a small grant from the Adur and Worthing Trust. More details on www.committoculture.org.uk
We will be sending monthly newsletters so contact us if you have any news you want to send to other Wordfest supporters: firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope you all have happy memories of the events you came to during Wordfest 2014.
We commissioned a film of all the activities on one day, Saturday October 4th, which is now on YouTube. http://youtu.be/OymiUR6uc7o/ or the shorter version http://youtu.be/QaZuvDKINo0
We hope you like it and will forward it on to others.
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Matt Haig is the author of five novels, including the bestselling 'The Last Family in England', which has been optioned by Brad Pitt's production company, 'The Radleys', and 'The Humans', His works have been translated into over twenty languages, and he has also written award-winning books for children.
Ropetackle Arts Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham-by-Sea, BN43 5EG
Course fee £145 for 10 sessions. Reduction of up to 20% available on application for students and those on low income or benefits.
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