Norwich Poetry Workshops

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New Year equals new health regimes, and this applies to poetry too! From writing great poetry with the likes of Esther Morgan and David Harsent to exploring poetry environments with David Morley, your poetry will never have felt better.

All corses held at Writers’ Centre Norwich Office, 14 Princes Street, Norwich, NR3 1AE. To book or find out more Call: 01603 877177 or email:

Exploring Ideas and Beliefs in Poetry with Michael Symmons Roberts
Sunday 13th February, 10am-4pm, £50/£40 conc, Writers’ Centre Norwich
Take your poetry a step further with the judge of the T.S. Eliot Prize 2010, Michael Symmons Roberts.
**This workshop is full. If you are interested, please reserve a spot on the waiting list as places might come up or we’ll try and run the workshop again.**

Poetry Short Course with Esther Morgan
Wednesday’s, week beginning 2nd March – 6th April, 7-9pm, £110/£95 conc, Writers’ Centre Norwich
Are you looking to take the next step with your poetry writing? Find ways to keep your poems fresh and surprising through six weekly evenings where you can create new work and gather constructive feedback with Arvon tutor, Esther Morgan.

Poetry Discussion Group with John Stammers

Saturday 14th May, 10am-4pm, £50/£40 conc, Writers’ Centre Norwich
For poetry readers and writers alike, discover and explore poetry through group reading and discussion with 2001 Forward Prize winner for Best First Collection, John Stammers.

Poetry Environments with David Morley
Saturday 2nd July, 10am-4pm, £50/£40 conc, Writers’ Centre Norwich
Leave the workshop room and head to the grounds of Norwich Cathedral – your new poetry environment - with leading British poet, David Morley. This workshop will be fresh, fun and unlike anything you've experienced before.

Poetry Masterclass with David Harsent
Saturday 10th September, 10am-4pm, £60/£50 conc, Writers’ Centre Norwich
Enjoy a poetry masterclass using group reading, exercises and discussion; improving your poetry with winner of the Forward Prize for best collection, David Harsent.

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