In this edition of The Inkwell, Vanessa Gebbie shares her tips for stretching the writing muscles… Hi all, I hope you had fun with the
In the first of a new blog series, The Inkwell, Vanessa Gebbie shares her warm-up exercise ‘Word Cricket’ to keep your writing mind in motion during lockdown.
Finding ourselves in this strange and unsettling time has naturally meant that we’ve had to rethink our wonderful project and to try as best we can to carry on with the activity and rethink what our final performance might be.
In this interview, the second in a series of interviews with SPOTLIGHT authors, we speak to Jacqueline Haskell, whose poetry collection Stroking Cerberus is published by Myriad Editions.
It’s been quite the year for New Writing South’s Celebrating our Stories project. Led by Artistic Director Dinos Aristidou and supported by Arts Council England and The Baring Foundation’s Celebrating Age initiative, we have been collecting the stories of older LGBTQ+ people throughout 2019 to turn into a brand new verbatim theatre festival Hear Us Out in 2020.
Looking for LGBTQ+ community performers – any age and no previous experience required!
We have now reached the stage of the project where we are looking for LGBTQ+ writers to respond to the stories we have collected in a series of writing workshops taking place in Brighton and Hastings.
We’ve been very moved by the level of support for the Coast is Queer in 2019, and we’re already making plans for next year. Establishing financial
We’re looking forward to welcoming Izabela Morska, New Writing South’s first International Writer in Residence, to the UK at the beginning of October. As part
New Writing South is led by people who know what it is to be marginalised and how this limits opportunities. We are proactively seeking ways
Helen Seymour is struggling to keep her head above water in her very funny, dark new solo show. She has weak muscles, screws in her
We are delighted to announce Izabela Morska, one of Poland’s leading literary voices, as New Writing South’s first International Writer in Residence, supported by the British