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Entry: £2

Open Mic Event

Contact: julian@writeoutloud.net

An open-floor poetry evening, open to all to read a poem, your own or a favourite. Also open to short story tellers, singer/songwriters, etc.

Beginners encouraged.

This follows on our successes with the Poetry Jams at Marsden Jazz Festival, and the sell-out Samuel Laycock evening.

Host/compere: Julian Jordon
In association with Diane Green of Kirklees Libraries.

See our group profile at http://www.writeoutloud.net/public/poetview.php?message=Profile+Updated&profilesid=2111

Time: 19.30 - 21.30

VenueThumbNail - Marsden Library

Marsden Library

Marsden Mechanics Hall, Peel Street, Marsden, HD7 6BW, GB

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Monthly Event (Usually held every 3rd Wednesday of each month)

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Reviews for Write Out Loud Marsden

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Shirley-Anne Kennedy

Thu 23rd Jul 2015 16:37

This was my second visit to Write Out Loud Marsden and I think the event should be available on prescription. It’s a feel-good festival of an evening with poetry, prose, storytelling, tea, biscuits and excellent company.

The venue has a gentle atmosphere, comfy feel and is conducive for those who wish to share their own words, or those of others, in relaxed company and surroundings. I certainly felt safe enough, during both my visits here, to share some new poetry for the first time and the feedback from the group helped me with finding the confidence to write more.

The love of words threads the entire evening and people are happy to share the words of others as much as they are keen to share their own work.

I came away feeling in fine poetic fettle and looking forward to my next visit.

Review is about Write Out Loud Marsden on 15 Jul 2015 (event)

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