‘Alexa what’s the weather like today?’ Join us for this exciting creative writing workshop with former Cheshire Poet Laureate, published author, playwright and experienced workshop facilitator, Joy Winkler. Of this workshop, Joy says….
With the climate as fickle as young love we will use the theme of technology, weather forecasts and what can go wrong in our world as part of our writing. Floods, storms, baking heat can not only be used to establish background and atmosphere but can also help us build characters who are heroes or victims in these scenarios. The theme could equally reflect global events or personal situations. 10.30am – 4pm £30 per person. Parkland and garden entry is included in the ticket price. Tea and coffee included. Book on the Tatton Park website or call 01625 374428
|10:30 - 16:00
- Booking details
Call 01625 374428
12 years and above
- Meeting point
Barn Rooms in the Stableyard. When you arrive at Tatton you will be directed to the meeting point by the gate staff.
- What to bring and wear
Bring a packed lunch and your own preferred writing materials.
The workshop is a short walk away from the main car park.
Join us for this exciting creative writing workshop with former Cheshire Poet Laureate, published author, playwright and experienced workshop facilitator, Joy Winkler.