Come and collaborate with us on an interactive story
Start Up Slam 2 is a week-long half term programme running from 13th – 16th February 2018 at No. 34 in Sittingbourne, and is aimed at engaging young people aged 14 -16 with creative entrepreneurship.
In this session, led by Alex Vellis and Henry Maddicott, you’ll learn how to write and perform your own performance poetry.
If you have attended one of our events and would like to say something about your experience, we would more than welcome your review. This page is dedicated to community reviews. On November 26, 2017 we ran a one-day Script Writing event in Medway and received this fantastic review from Melanie Benn: “I just wanted… Continue Reading
We’ll show you how to make an 8 page foldy zine or show us if you have the know how!
We’ll bring the photocopier and paper. You bring the ideas, images & words.. put them together to create your own Zine.
We’re channeling kindness that week at no.34 but you can choose your own theme to draw, write, cut, paste & share with the world.
Make one Zine to keep and one to display.
£1 gives you unlimited access to our materials + our support.
Develop your Detective instincts at this create a crime story writing workshop. Using clues found around No34, see if you can create a story and solve the crime!
Use our microscope and magnifying lenses to give yourself inspiration for writing haikus – short, three line poems that follow a particular form. Just look at a magnified image and use what you see as the inspiration for your haiku.
A variety of creative writing activities, including an unscrambling words activity and the opportunity to write an article for the Easter Kent Gazette!
Fiona Sinclair is a writer for Wandering Words. She spoke to BBC Radio Kent on Thursday 6th August 2015 about her poem Jumble Sale that she submitted to the Wandering Words site. In the below interview Fiona reveals her inspiration behind the piece and her thoughts about Wandering Words. Wandering Words is a writing project… Continue Reading
Dance for the disabled and a foray into the natural world are just two of the latest innovative projects funded by Ideas Test. Small Experiments Deborah Cottingham – ‘Late Developers’ Inspired by two of our Community Catalyst projects, Siobhan Timoney’s ‘Neighbours’ and Mary Eddowes’s ‘Soup Festival’, residents at The Almshouses in Faversham will prove to… Continue Reading