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ReBels Advanced: Page To Start (ages 18+) with Chris White

Wednesday, January 18

Build your writing style and performance persona with spoken word poet & performer Chris White

Over 5 weeks we’ll look at different themes, explore what drives us to write and work towards a spoken-word sharing in The B-Bar in February, with games, creative writing & some silly exercises. Each week there will be time to write, play, look at other spoken word performers and poets for inspiration, and prepare for your very own performance.

Price: £30 to attend all 5 sessions.

Or sign for for a full ReBels Advanced Membership for £50 which covers everything in the 10 week spring term including all 4 sets of 5 week long advanced sessions (including this one) from January – March plus guest pro workshops, make use of our creative spaces and mentorship scheme.

More info/sign up: https://barbicantheatre.co.uk/rebels…/rebelsadvanced/…
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About your session leader Chris White
Chris is a poet, performer & theatre-maker based in Exeter. He regularly creates and tours full-length spoken-word shows, is a multiple slam winner, a former ‘Bard of Exeter,’ and runs the regular poetry night ‘Spork!’ in Exeter. In his silly, surreal way he often talks about queerness, identity & ducks.

Chris is also part of our Meet Me At The Sundial creative team (part of Plymouth Culture and High Street Heritage Action Zone creative project) More info: https://barbicantheatre.co.uk/art…/meet-me-at-the-sundial/

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