It is with deep regret that due to safety concerns regarding Coronavirus, we have no choice but to postpone this year’s Worcestershire LitFest & Fringe. We will keep you updated.
The good news is all our competitions have deadline extensions until the 30th June, so plenty of time to enter.
Worcestershire Poet Laureate 2020/21
Could you be the 10th Poet Laureate? Get your applications in.
Flash Fiction Competition 2020
Young Writer Competition 2020
Submit 300 words on the theme of ‘Words & Pictures’. This is a really great option for all you Home Schooling.
You are invited to attend an intimate ‘Poetry Salon’ at The Old Rectifying House, North Parade, Worcester WR1 3NN Thursday 19 May 2016 – doors open @ 19:00
The Poetry Salon will run from 19:30-20:30 with an open mic event running alongside this in the upper room. Tickets £3.00
Poetry Salons are a relatively new style of performance poetry event that have been making their way across Europe in recent years. They involve a small selection of poets – in this case there will be six available to choose from – making themselves available for one-to-one performances with audience members who wish to visit them.
For The Worcestershire LitFest & Fringe’s first Poetry Salon – led by Charley Barnes – the situation will be similar to the above format. The doors will open at 7pm and the audience given a ‘menu’ of poet biographies to browse through before the salon opens at 7.30pm.
To entertain those not attending the Poetry Salon, the open mic event takes place upstairs; to book a four minute spot please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The salon will work by allowing only a certain number of people into the salon at one time. You will be able to select three poets from their biographies and spend 15 minutes in the salon.
Get your ticket here:
Don’t forget to print out your PayPal receipt and bring it along, this is your ticket!