Meetup 26th January 2019

MORNING WORKSHOP : SARA-JANE ARBURY, VERONA BASS, SUE CHADD, CLAIRE COLEMAN, MARILYN FRANCIS, LOUISE GREEN, MIRANDA PENDER, GRAEME RYANJUNE WENTLAND, SHIRLEY WRIGHT, EILEEN CAMERON (11) and HARRY THURSTON booked in but still unconfirmed
PLEASE NOTE This workshop is completely full.

NB All subscribers and intending subscribers have been invited to take part in showcase readings of a maximum of 5 minutes each.  Owing to the numbers who have expressed interest in this, the readers will have to be drawn by lot.

ORDER OF THE AFTERNOON CONCERTS

2.10pm
3 existing subscribers who are moving on

Introduced by Sue Boyle
in order Sue Chadd, Linda Saunders, Shirley Wright

2.30pm
5 New and intending subscribers

Introduced by Sue Boyle
in order Penny Gardiner, Flory Wisdom, Eileen Cameron, Peter Reason,

2.55pm
This concert will be followed by the small group discussion and brainstorming session about The Place of the Arts in a time of Catastrophe, with ideas prompted by Peter Reasons’ talk.  Groups will also gather in other proposals for meetups later in the year. There will be bullet point questionnaires on the tables to focus this.

3.30pm
TEA

4.00pm
existing subscribers drawn by lot
These readers will introduce themselves within their 5 minute time slot

4.40pm Sue Boyle to close 

email sent out to all the morning workshop 9th December : The January morning workshop is the last of the planned Bath Writers & Artists series and we are going to use part of the time to put together your views and ideas about what our wonderful group would like to do after its meetup in March. ( Whose skeleton programme is already well advanced on the blog, and eager to be fleshed out with all your inputs and ideas. Please take a look.)

BUT WE ALSO WANT TO SPEND A GOOD PART OF THE MORNING CELEBRATING OUR WONDERFUL HABIT OF ENGAGING CONSTRUCTIVELY WITH EACH OTHER’S WORK.

will be a lovely watershed occasion, celebrating the writers you are, and planning forward for the how our wonderful group can go on supporting the writers you want to be.

ALL GOOD GREETINGS

sue