Stumbled upon the Website, enthralling
Thought provoking poetry, thank you for a great evening in a wonderful building, well read by all
Very powerful, excellent selection of poems, superbly read.Discovered many new poems and poets. Well done many thanks
I didn’t realise this place was here, its very nice isn’t it
I came to this place 30 years ago and I never realised it was done up so well.
This is a lovely space.
While waiting the audience found some actual World War 1 books written in 1915
Roy Chatfield, Cat Randle, Bryn Strudwick, Marion Chatfield, John Sicluna
Big Up Words are holding 3 free events at Chapel Arts Studio. Two events on September 9th and 11th will commemorate World War 1 and Roy Chatfield is holding an open reading of his latest play on September 12th.
“What World War1 means to us,” is an open poetry reading, including local poets Dan Hooks and Bobbie Coelho who has written a poem for the occasion. People are encouraged to bring a poem that means a lot to them. The event starts at 7.30pm on September 9th.
The second event that commemorates World War 1 is “When the Lamps when out-25 war poems by 25 poets.” Roy Chatfield has collated 25 poems at cover colonial, women’s and war experiences of WW1. Starting time is 7.30pm
Duncan’s Dreams is Roy Chatfield’s latest play. Acted by well known drama teacher John Baxter and directed by Ian Flintoff (founder of Shakespeare United.) Roy has written a prequel to Macbeth.
“A big thank you to David Dixon, for giving us the opportunity to use the Chapel Arts Studio,” says Chair Cat Randle. “The intimate space is perfect for the personal performances we have on offer. Big Up Words ethos is to help promote local writers and performers. Thanks to the support of Test Valley Arts Foundation, we can offer all these quality events are free.”
Due to limited seating booking is recommended via Big Up Words website.
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How to find Chapel Arts Studio