What’s On

What’s on at National Centre for Writing

Upcoming events and courses hosted by National Centre for Writing at our literature house Dragon Hall, across Norwich, and online.

Creative activities
Personal Histories: a Creative Community Project
Calendar
Wednesday 28 February
Location
National Centre for Writing at Dragon Hall
Price
FREE - (please register in advance)
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Workshops
Exploring New Ways into Your Family History with Yin F. Lim
Calendar
Saturday 2 March
Location
National Centre for Writing at Dragon Hall
Price
£ 45.00 - £35.00 conc
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Events
Naomi Alderman: The Future
Calendar
Tuesday 5 March
Location
University of East Anglia
Price
£ 10.00 - £8 conc, £5 student
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Mentoring
Mentoring with Kate Worsley
Calendar
Dates between Tuesday 5 March & Tuesday 4 June
Location
Online
Price
£ 95.00
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Events
Dragon Hall Social
Calendar
Dates between Wednesday 6 March & Wednesday 8 May
Location
National Centre for Writing at Dragon Hall
Price
FREE - let us know you're coming!
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Events
Meet the World: Poetry in the Digital Age
Calendar
Tuesday 12 March
Location
Online
Price
FREE
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More ways to get involved…

For writers

We create exciting opportunities for writers at all stages to grow their practice personally or professionally. We identify and nurture early-career authors and offer inspiration and teaching support for those wanting to take the next steps.

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For translators

Through UK-based and international partnerships we champion literary exchange and increase the visibility of writing in translation. NCW supports translators from across the globe via mentorships, events and both virtual and physical residencies here in Norwich.

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For communities

We empower individuals and communities through a range of projects that celebrate Norwich’s diverse people and cultures; helping build new relationships and share experiences through written and oral storytelling.

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For young people

We inspire and connect children and young people through a lively, engaging range of workshops, free activities and writing competitions to boost storytelling skills and encourage reading and writing for pleasure.

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For families

We recognise that a love of words and story-making makes writers of the future and can begin with the very youngest among us. Our family programme responds to this with an enthusiasm to create playful, creative sessions for families to enjoy together.

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For schools

We support teachers and practitioners to engage and inspire pupils with creative writing via reading groups, networks with professional writers, free resources, online and in-person activity and place-based school visits.

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