Not just the story, but the beauty of the way the story is told; not just the message, but how you can make your message art.

This free performance workshop with Chanje Kunda will take place on Monday 4 June, 6.00pm - 8.00pm and will explore poetic technique and how it can be used in dramatic narratives. The workshop will also explore how poetic text and movement can be used together to create something visually and conceptually pleasing to the senses and mind.

Chanje Kunda is a Manchester based poet, playwright and performance artist that tours nationally and internationally. She has performed at venues such as The Royal Albert Hall, Calabash Literature Festival Jamaica, the Rise London Unite Music Festival.

Poetry In Motion attendees will receive a discounted ticket offer for Chanje’s show Superposition coming to our Studio on Wednesday 6 June 2018.

Running time: TBC
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