Feeling like doing something a bit different?
Join us for this special workshop as part of Women @ Imperial Week. Open to all Imperial staff and students, we’ll explore pre existing pieces of poetry about womxn (trans and non binary inclusive) as well as writing and exploring our own perspectives.
Through various exercises and games, we’ll be empowering everyone to find their voice, try something new and, most importantly, have some fun in these tricky times.
This workshop really is for everyone, people who’ve written before, to complete beginners. Even better, there’s never any pressure to share anything you’ve written, but you can if you like – it’s a safe space!
There are limited places, so make sure you register if you want to come along!
A bit about Elle
Elle is an Artist originally from Brighton. After receiving a first class degree from East 15, she was the first female to join the Shakespeare based theatre company ‘The Handlebards’, cycling length and breadth of the country twice, and in touring internationally with the company, made history as the first female theatre company to perform in Sudan.
Her self written solo show ‘HoneyBEE’ sold out it’s entire run and received all 5 and 4 star reviews at The Brighton Fringe 2019 after which she won the Three Week’s Editor’s award for my performance and Best Newcomer from The Scotsman in Edinburgh.
2020 would have seen the touring of ‘HoneyBEE’ also debuting a new play in Edinburgh, as well as performing in the National Poetry Slam finals at the Royal Albert Hall
She is currently in rehearsals for her next play ‘MEAT’ which will be released in audio format in Spring 2021, as well as editing her debut collection of poetry.