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Freewriting and Performance

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Join Notts-powerhouse and creative director of GOBS Collective, Bridie Squires for an evening of freewriting, poetry and performance!

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Following the success of her captivating full-length, one-person performance, Casino Zero last year we knew we had to get Bridie in for a workshop at NWS. This November, she'll be spending 2-hours with you lucky lot exploring all things poetry, performance and spoken word.

Participants will take part in group discussions about poetry, films and performances before using their own experiences to complete content generation exercises. The exercises will be celebratory of participants’ individuality and focused on positive aspects of everyday life. There will also be the opportunity to take part in group word games, breathing and stretching exercises, and a freestyle monologue performance generation.

Throughout this 2-hour session, you will...

  • Learn how to write an ode
  • Build confidence in public speaking
  • Explore techniques in positive well-being reinforcement
  • Find the fun in writing

About Bridie

Bridie Squires is a writer, editor, performance artist and educator from Nottingham. Previously Editor of LeftLion Magazine, she was appointed as Nottingham Trent University's first Writer in Residence in 2019 and is now Creative Director of GOBS Collective – a talent development programme for emerging spoken-word artists.

An alumnus of Mouthy Poets collective, Bridie has delivered performances in London's Southbank Centre, Karlsruhe's Staatstheatre, Nottingham Playhouse, and countless venues around her hometown. In 2019, Bridie was awarded funding from Arts Council England to develop her first full-length, one-person performance, Casino Zero, and she is currently creating an audio drama for BBC Sounds following Mardy – a BBC Radio 4 commission for Tongue and Talk: The Dialect Poets.

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Tickets cost £12 for NWS members and £15 for general admission. Book your place, or to find out more about joining NWS, head to our membership page.

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This workshop will be delivered online via Zoom. Zoom is a cloud-based video conferencing service you can use to virtually meet with others - either by video or audio-only or both. A user manual containing access instructions and a link will be sent out to you before the workshop. You will need an internet connection, and a computer with either a built in camera or webcam, and a built-in microphone/speaker.

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