Word Soup 8

The Continental’s monthly live literature night returns on Tuesday 22nd December.

This month’s readings are centered on the theme ‘Old’, and the night includes readings from several North West based writers.

There will be performances from Zoe Lambert, Peter Crompton and Rachel McGladery, along with a special showcase spot from ‘sCribble’ – Preston’s newest creative writing group.

We will also have music from Karima Francis! (who actually appeared on Jools Holland’ TV show earlier this year)

http://www.myspace.com/karimafrancis

The night will be compered by writer Jenn Ashworth. Open mic reading slots will be available on the night for anyone willing to read three minutes of poetry or prose of their choosing.

Please also join the brand new ‘Lancashire Writing Hub’ facebook group which has been set up to connect writers across the region…

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=185000941443&ref=ts

Previous Word Soup performers can be viewed online at the brand new ‘Lancashire Writing Hub youtube channel which features clips of They Eat Culture volunteer, Norman Hadley.

Word Soup 8 occurs at The Continental on Tuesday 22nd December at 8pm. Tickets are just £3. Discounts for group bookings are available so please ask at the bar.

The Continental, South Meadow Lane, Broadgate, Preston, PR1 8JP. Tel: 01772 499425

3 Responses

  1. Clips for Word Soup are spooling into cyberspace as I type.

    Clips from Spotlight are already there.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/LancashireWritingHub

  2. There’s another wodge of clips from Word Soup and Spotlight up.

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