Young people

A Shy Writer’s Guide to Telling Stories with Hannah Jane Walker (9–11 years)

Calendar
Thursday 15 August
Location
National Centre for Writing at Dragon Hall
Price
£ 2.50 - £7.50

A workshop to help you you to overcome shyness, harness your inner critic, and share your stories with the world.

Sharing our stories and ideas aloud with other people can be an exciting but intimidating prospect. Hannah Jane Walker will help you to overcome shyness and harness your inner critic, so that you can share your brilliant stories with the world.

Suitable for ages 9–11 years.

 

About the workshop leader

Hannah Jane Walker is a poet, broadcaster, and playwright from Essex. She is currently an artist in residence at Cambridge Biomedical Campus, collaborating with scientists on outdoor poetic visual art installations.  She is the author of This is Just to Say and Highly Sensitive. As a performance poet, she has gigged in theatres, bars, boats and festivals. Most recently she has begun working in broadcasting with BBC Radio 4 and now with her own theatre poetry podcast Human Resources.

 

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