Edward Thomas: World War One Poetry Writing Workshop & Performance

An event in two parts this Saturday at Doncaster Brewery. Produce your own poem based on the work of the poets of the Great War. Led by local poet Ian Parks, the workshop (2.30pm start) is open to beginners and experienced poets alike; just bring a pen and paper and let the poets of the First World War inspire you to write a poem of your own. Then in the evening at 7.00pm, ‘Read to Write’ commemorates the 100th anniversary of the war poet Edward Thomas with readings from his poems, journals, and letters.

Upper Room, Doncaster Brewery & Tap, 7 Young Street, DN1 3EL Workshop 2.30pm-6pm / Performance 7pm-9pm

Cost: Workshop £2. Performances FREE. Places limited. Please reserve your ticket now to avoid disappointment. Call 01302 734307 or email central.localhistory@doncaster.gov.uk



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Hello I'm Dan Ryder, I am a poet and editor from Doncaster and currently social media manager for Doncopolitan.

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