Rosedale are proud to present a writing workshop on how to capture those feelings, rites, and rituals of grief and bereavement, finding exciting new ways to tell stories, write poems and express yourself.
Award winning Lewis Buxton has been described as ‘a performer in full control of his craft, combining the confidence of an arena comedian with the sensitivity of a performance poet…brimming with talent’ Eastern Daily Press.
Held in Alburgh Village Hall on 12th August 12.30pm – 3.30pm, with a suggested donation of £15, this promises to be a special opportunity to creatively explore grief, whether or not you consider yourself a creative person:
‘I didn’t think I had a creative bone in my body, so I was very surprised to have a piece of writing by the end. It was a beautiful two hours exploring loss and grief and many of us found it very cathartic’ Anne Beckett-Allen