Pencilvania (Spoken word)

21st August 2018

18th March 2019

19:00 To 22:00

Event Description

Calling poets and poetry lovers from Hebden Bridge and beyond to join our regular Pencilvania (spoken word) evening. Budding writers and old scribes are invited to read their poetry in this safe group and listen to the verse of others. If you don’t wish to read yourself and simply love the sound of the spoken word you are very welcome to come along and listen. Relax, take in the atmosphere whilst listening to the creativity of others.

 

Venue: The Fox and Goose

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