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FAY - SPOKEN WORD & CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOPS

FAY is here to give you bitesize activities relating to poetry and spoken word including; prompts to get you inspired, tips, tricks and artists to listen to.

She will also be offering a beginners guide to playing the ukulele: the happiest instrument in the world.

faymarsden@thewarren.org

WORKSHOP EPISODES

USEFUL LINKS AND TOP TIPS

1.

Inspiring Stuff!

Check out Button Poetry for some Spoken Word content from across the Pond. They're a collective of poets and they post new performances regularly. Listen out for some of the themes that come up frequently, like injustice, creativity and having your voice heard!

https://www.youtube.com/user/ButtonPoetry

2.

Having an Impact
At the 2015 SLAMbassador, the United Kingdom’s biggest youth slam poetry event, winner Jay Hulme shared his experience of being stereotyped and bullied as a transgender teen in his spoken word poem “My Lungs.” Watch his TEDxTeen performance of “My Lungs” (00:00-03:10). At the end of his powerful performance, Hulme makes a compelling call to action to his listeners to be up-standers in the face of bullying. Spoken word is a powerful way of raising issues to a wider audience through an engaging performance.
What story do you want to tell? Who do you want to influence? What changes do you want to be part of?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wp23ph4iUSc
 

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