Mon 1 Jan 0001 - Sat 17 Jun 2023, Southwater One
Fairy and Folk tales are full of magic, but they are certainly not just for children! They explore fundamental patterns of storytelling and uncover important truths. In this writing workshop Kate Innes will provide you with lots of visual images to get your narrative started, and a framework to build exciting adventures for your characters, leading to a satisfying, and possibly surprising, ending!
This is a fun, informal workshop for ages 7 + open to writers of any level of experience.
Kate Innes worked as an archaeologist, teacher and museum educator before moving to Shropshire and writing full time. Her highly acclaimed Arrowsmith Trilogy of medieval novels is set in the Welsh Marches and includes some of the area’s most iconic historic sites. Kate’s first poetry collection, Flocks of Words, was shortlisted for the Rubery Book Award in 2018, as was her first children’s book, Greencoats, an historical fantasy set in WW2. She was the winner of the Imagined Worlds Poetry Prize 2018 and the WPF Festival in a Book Prize in 2023.
Where applicable, advertised ticket prices are inclusive of a venue levy, retained by the venue to maintain our programme of arts and entertainment.
Southwater Library, 11am to 12noon
Free but you must have a ticket
For ages 7+
All children must be accompanied by an adult
Please let us know if you or your child require any additional support