October Update – New Activities

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Workshop: Listen to These Things

Listen to These Things: Poetry in the Museum, with Caleb Parkin and David Clarke. Hosted by Poetry Swindon in the Richard Jeffries Museum, this one-day workshop with poets Caleb Parkin and David Clarke will explore the poetry of museums, the role of museums today, and the museum as a space for creation, as well as for observation.

When: Saturday 27th October, 10am to 4.30pm
Where: Richard Jefferies Museum, Marlborough Road, Coate Water, Swindon, SN3 6AA
TicketsAvailable through eventbrite

Poetry Swindon Open Mic

We run a free open mic event on the last Monday of the month and we’d love to see you there. Details of our next open mic event is as follows:

When: Monday 29th October, 7pm sign-up for a 7.30pm start.
Where: The Castle Inn, 28 Prospect Place, Swindon, SN1 3LQ
The nearest parking is in the Prospect Place car park, near the BBC building. 
Details: Our regular MC is Sam Loveless, who will take reader sign-ups at the beginning of the night (or in the break if you arrive late). Reading times will vary dependent on number of readers.

Poetry Swindon Reading Group

In January, we will be starting a new monthly poetry reading group. This will be a free to attend event that will give people the opportunity to share and discuss poems in a relaxed environment.

More details will follow shortly, so please sign up to our new mailing list if you would like to receive more information on this.

We expect 2019 to be a year of growth at Poetry Swindon, with other new events in the pipeline. We really hope you’d like to join us on this journey.

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