Sunday 20th November 2022 at Eskdalemuir Community Hub
Walk through a door from your past, and find the poem on the other side.
Where: Eskdalemuir Community Hub
When: Sunday 20th November
Time: 10:30am to 3:30pm
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About this event
Using memories of doors of public places (pubs, schools, dance halls, cinemas) the group will explore the layout of and/or memories inside, jot down a drawing and associated words. From public doors they will then move to private doors: their own house or another memorable place and do the same.
Hugh McMillan’s poetry has been published widely and he has won various prizes. In 2021 Luath published two collections: Haphazardly in the Starless Night and Whit If, poems about Scottish history. He is an experienced and accomplished reader and facilitator. In 2021 he was chosen as the editor of the SPL’s anthology ‘Best Scottish Poems’. He edits for Drunk Muse Press.
This event is part of a series programmed by Autumn Voices in partnership with Eskdalemuir Expressive Arts, and is aimed at older people (60+).
With thanks to funding from Dumfries & Galloway Third Sector Interface Mental Health & Wellbeing Fund.
Upcoming Events, Eskdalemuir
Autumn Voices is pleased to be working again with Eskdalemuir Expressive Arts again this autumn. Catherine Urquhart will running Writing about Ageing in Haiku, a day workshop reading & writing haiku about ageing.
Eskdalemuir Community Hub, Saturday 28 October, 10.00–16.00.
Free, book via Eventbrite.