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Welcoming All Writers Workshop

May 9 @ 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Come to a day of invigorating writing workshops with Kaite O’Reilly and Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch.

Kaite O’Reilly

13:00 – 15:00

In a series of structured exercises participants will be encouraged to explore voice, dynamic, lyricism and tempo-rhythm – letting the words rise up from the page. Whether writing dialogue, spoken word, or poetry, you will explore the power of language working technically and from the imagination.

Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch

15:30 – 17:30

Translating sounds, smells and pictures into poems.

Translation isn’t only between different languages. In this hands-on workshop we’ll be translating smells, sounds and images into texts through playful and inventive techniques. Using an arts and crafts approach to uncover new writing, this workshop will offer insight to the process of designing a poem.

Evening Readings and Performances by Kaite and Samantha

18:30 – 19:30

Suggested donation £3

An evening of readings and short performances. Kaite and Samantha will present excerpts from their publications – acclaimed plays, dramatic monologues and prize-winning poetry in a celebration of the written and spoken word.

The evening will begin with 15 minutes of Open Mic from 2/3 writers on a first come first served basis. If you’d like to book a slot, please contact 01239 615 952.

Biogs

Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch is a poet who divides her time between Paris and New Quay. Her work has been shortlisted for the Michael Marks Award (2014), the Roland Mathias Prize (2013) and Wales Book of the Year (2009). She has taught at Oxford University and at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David University where she has just completed a PhD in Creative Writing.

Kaite O’Reilly is a multi-award-winning writer and playwright. Prizes include The Ted Hughes Award for new works in poetry for ‘Persians’ (National Theatre Wales), best play of the year from Theatre-Wales, Manchester theatre awards and Peggy Ramsay Award. She is currently shortlisted for the international James Tait Black Prize for Drama. Her plays are published by Faber and Oberon and translated/produced in thirteen countries worldwide.

£30 (entry to evening performance included in the workshop fee)

Details

Date:
May 9
Time:
1:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Small World Theatre
Bath House Road
Cardigan, Ceredigion SA43 1JY United Kingdom
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Phone:
01239 615952

Booking Online / Archebu Ar-lein
Terms and Conditions / Termau ac Amodau

We strongly suggest you book ahead. You can book your entrance tickets online at anytime up ‘til 3pm on the day of the event provided that we haven’t reached our capacity.

Awgrymwn yn gryf eich bod yn archebu ymlaen llaw. Gallwch archebu tocynnau mynediad ar-lein unrhyw bryd hyd at 3.00 yp ar ddiwrnod y digwyddiad, os nad ydym eisoes wedi gwerthu’r cyfan.

Please bring a print out of your booking sent to you by Pay Pal to present to the door staff on the night. Tickets are non-refundable except when an event is cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control, in which case Small World will refund you. Our phone number for enquiries is 01239 615 952.

A fyddech cystal â dod â chopi print o’ch archeb, a ddanfonwyd i chi wrth PayPal, i’w gyflwyno i’r staff ar y drws ar y noson. Ni roddir ad-daliad am docyn, heblaw pan fydd rhaid canslo digwyddiad am resymau tu hwnt i’n rheolaeth, ac wedyn fe fydd Theatr Byd Bychan yn eich ad-dalu. Ein rhif ffôn ar gyfer ymholiadau yw 01239 615952.

Booking ahead at the Box Office
Archebu ymlaen llaw yn y Swyddfa Docynnau

Alternatively you can book tickets in person by visiting our office Tuesday – Friday, 9.30am – 4.30pm. Please pay by cash/ cheque and you will be issued with tickets to take away.

Neu gallwch ddewis archebu tocynnau trwy ddod i’n swyddfa docynnau o ddydd Mawrth i ddydd Gwener, 9.30yb – 4.30yh.