Half Moon are working in conjunction with Worcestershire Literary Festival to create a Choral Poem for Worcester on Thursday 21st June and they are looking for TWO more writers to take part in the event which is a day-long workshop with novelist, playwright and poet David Calcutt. Participants will write, rehearse and perform a Group Choral Poem. Briefly, this is how it will work:
Beginning at 9am the morning will be spent visiting a number of key locations in the city of Worcester (all within walking distance of each other) and writing individually about those locations. After lunch, the writers will share their work, then work collaboratively to create a Group Poem from what they have written. In the latter part of the afternoon the writers will work to shape and rehearse the poem as a choral performance. In the evening, the writers will perform the Worcester Choral Poem at the Parole Parlate Literary Festival Special.
The cost: £25 per person – to cover the cost of tuition.
Please note: The event is for writers who can write on demand, respond directly to environment, work collaboratively, and enjoy performing.
If you’d like to take part, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest. We’ll be in touch after 9th June to let you know how to go about booking your place. We look forward to hearing from you!