10/01/2018 - 21/02/2018
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Creative Writing Workshop
The Hawth, Hawth Avenue, Crawley
Wednesdays January 10-February 21, 2pm-4pm
Tickets £6 per session
This six-week course, which marks The Hawth’s 30th anniversary, provides plenty of writing practice and teaches a wide range of techniques. It aims for participants to produce a collection of stories for the theatre’s 30th anniversary celebrations, drawing inspiration from the place, its people and its history.
Phone 01293 553636 or visit parkwoodtheatres.co.uk.
The Last Wilderness: Book Launch and Q&A with author Neil Ansell
Waterstones, 71-74 North Street, Brighton
Thursday February 8, 7.30pm
Free, registration required
Award-winning BBC television journalist Neil Ansell has travelled in almost 50 countries and has written for The Guardian, the New Statesman and the Big Issue. His latest book, The Last Wilderness: A Journey into Silence, which is published today, is a nature memoir about the changing landscape of the Scottish Highlands juxtaposed with Neil’s struggle to come to terms with his hearing loss. Neil will be interviewed by author and journalist Alexandra Heminsley and answer questions from the audience. To register your name on the guest list, email email@example.com.
Phone 01273 206017 or visit waterstones.com.
An Evening with Peter James
Theatre Royal, New Road, Brighton
Thursday February 8, 7.45pm
Brighton’s most famous crime writer Peter James, who has sold more than 30million books in 37 languages, talks about his career and his books, giving an insight into the mind of the creator of the detective Roy Grace. Picture: Maxim Aryukov.
Phone 0844 871 7650 or visit atgtickets.com.
- Join quirky artist David Shrigley on his voyage of discovery as guest director of this year’s Brighton Festival
- Works by the artist who created drawings by torchlight of scenes from a John Osborne play go on view for the first time since the 1970s
- Meet the stuntman who has been set on fire more than 100 times – and loves it!
- Comedian George Egg dishes up delicious gourmet meals using power tools and gardening equipment from his shed in his new show
- Discover the extraordinary work of a virtually unknown and unrecognised textile designer in a new exhibition