Poetry is waiting to meet you! Come along to the Nunnery Gallery on the 24th March at 6.30 for an intimate evening of writing, sharing and discovering the magic of words.
Guided by Eeshita Azad, over the course of two hours, you will learn how to explore the shape of words and the connections between them, so you can find your poetic voice and articulate the stories you want to tell. There will also be the chance to take the mic and perform your work if you wish.
Pens, paper, and writing materials are included in the ticket price, along with a free drink of your choice.
All languages and levels of experience are welcome.
Eeshita Azad is a page and stage poet and arts facilitator with a career spanning 15 years across New York, London, and Dhaka. She is currently the Executive Director of BBPC, a London-based poetry collective that specialises in community with multiple different heritage languages, mental wellbeing, and poetry for second language speakers. She was one of the poets-in-residence for Bok Bok Books ‘Sensing Bangladesh: A Children’s Guidebook to Art from Bangladesh’. Her recent work includes a commissioned poem for The Francis Crick Institute and Poet in the City’s ‘A drop of Hope’ project. Her book of poetry, ‘Elegiac Songs’ by Journeyman Books was published in 2018.
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