What people thought of When the Lamps went out.

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

While waiting the audience found some actual World War 1 books written in 1915

Roy Chatfield, Cat Randle, Bryn Strudwick, Marion Chatfield, John Sicluna

Roy Chatfield, Cat Randle, Bryn Strudwick, Marion Chatfield, John Sicluna

What World War 1 means to us

What World War 1 means to us September 9th at Chapel Arts Studio.

On September 9th at 7.30pm in the grounds of St Mary’s church, we will be holding an open poetry reading event.

People can bring their own poems or WW1 poems that mean a lot to them and read them.

Booking a place can be done by clicking on this link  http://doodle.com/wip3azs9sbnc7bt3

 

To book a ticket  http://bit.ly/1owhvCl