Part of a weekend of celebrating Sylvia Plath’s birthday. Sally Baker leads a practical poetry workshop focusing on the theme of flowers.
An evening to mark the birthday of Sylvia Plath, poet and writer with poetry from Ian Humphreys, Sally Baker and Clare Shaw. Sylvia Plath is buried in the adjacent graveyard in Heptonstall and many visitors come from all over the world to see the beautiful countryside that inspired many of Sylvia’s works.
Light verse for dark nights. (Turn left at the graveyard). Doors 7:10 Seated: 7:25 Poets: 7:30 Finish: 9.30ish Those familiar with Shaggy Dog Storytellers, the… Read More »The Offcumdens: Light Verse for Dark Nights
Continuing our series of Poetry @ The Museum, we are delighted to welcome back Michael Crowley who will be reading from his collection First Fleet. Joining… Read More »Poetry @ The Museum : Mike Crowley & Chris Preddle
Ted Hughes expert Steve Ely celebrates Hughes’s love of Heptonstall in a fascinating talk as part of the Ted Hughes’ birthday events.
Join us for a joint celebration with The Elmet Trust on the occasion of Ted Hughes’ birthday. An evening of sharing favourite poems and
Muses Within Museums is back. Following the success of her last poetry workshop, we’re delighted to welcome Sammy Weaver back to Heptonstall.
Atar Hadari will lead this unusual poetry workshop with a religious theme. The story of Esau and Jacob is open to a range of interpretations… Read More »Poetry Workshop : Write Your Own Bible Poems