The Poetry Exchange
Do you have a poem that has been a friend to you? We’re delighted to welcome our friends at The Poetry Exchange back to Dragon Hall for a series of friendly, one-on-one conversations that celebrate the power of poetry.
Book an individual slot (45 mins) and talk to a member of The Poetry Exchange podcast team about a poem that has meant something special to you. Together, you’ll explore your chosen poem and the ways it has been a friend to you in your life.
In exchange, you’ll receive a gift: a special recording of your chosen poem, inspired by the conversation. You might even end up on their show!
‘This whole exchange has provided me with an embarrassment of riches. Grateful. Humbled.’ – Paterson Joseph
Booking is free but essential, and on a first-come-first-served basis. Suitable for all ages.
Friday 29 – Saturday 30 October
Individual sessions (lasting 45 minutes) available at 10am; 11.30am; 2pm; 3.30pm; 5pm
How to book
To book, contact John Prebble on email@example.com or 07854 426247.
We have COVID health and safety guidelines in place for moving around the building and refreshments, including the wearing of masks which can be removed once sat down. Your session will take place in a well-ventilated room with spaced seating. We ask that anyone able to scans in via the Track and Trace app, and we will retain contact details for those who do not have smart phones.
About The Poetry Exchange
British Podcast Award-winning podcast The Poetry Exchange shares unique and powerful stories of connection through poetry with people across the world. Speakers come from all walks of life and they also feature well-known guests such as Andrew Scott (Fleabag), Maxine Peake, Roy McFarlane and Paterson Joseph. Each conversation takes place through the poem, uncovering the speaker’s love of the poem and the vital part it has played in their life. Website