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ArtsLoco group invites new Crewe and Nantwich members

ArtsLoco group invites new Crewe and Nantwich members

A new ‘ArtsLoco’ social group is inviting new Crewe and Nantwich members with an interest in arts, crafts, writing, poetry and music.

The group, which meets every month at The Rising Sun on Middlewich Road, Wistaston, is keen to give more people a chance to participate.

Nantwich student to stage ‘dyslexia and poetry’ exhibition in Crewe

Nantwich student to stage ‘dyslexia and poetry’ exhibition in Crewe

By Jonathan White
A Nantwich studying the link between poetry and dyslexia, is to stage an exhibition at Crewe Lifestyle Centre.

Helen Kay is researching the relationship between poetry and dyslexia/dyspraxia as part of her MA in Creative Writing course at Manchester Metropolitan University.

Axis Arts Centre launches 2017 season of theatre, poetry and dance

Axis Arts Centre launches 2017 season of theatre, poetry and dance

South Cheshire venue Axis Arts Centre has kicked off a new season of theatre, poetry and dance.

The venue, which has an uncertain future with the impending closure of Crewe’s MMU campus, will be opening to the public once more.

Nantwich Words and Music Festival launches poetry anthology

Nantwich Words and Music Festival launches poetry anthology

Nantwich Words & Music Festival is marking its tenth year by launching an anniversary poetry anthology.

Organisers say the anthology will feature a collection of poems submitted to the festival’s popular poetry competition in the past decade, judged by renown poets like Kim Moore (pictured).

August 10, 2017 0 comments Human Interest, News
Review: Poetry Slam at Axis Art Centre, Crewe

Review: Poetry Slam at Axis Art Centre, Crewe

By Claire Faulkner
If you think reading poetry is boring, then you’ve never been to a slam.

Poets from around the UK came to perform and compete in a lyrical one night stand at The Axis Art Centre in Crewe.

Nantwich poet inspires students ahead of Words & Music Festival

Nantwich poet inspires students ahead of Words & Music Festival

Imaginative English students were inspired to write after receiving top poetry tips from a Nantwich poet.

Nantwich Words & Music Festival volunteer Helen Kay visited the A-Level group at South Cheshire College to raise the profile of the festival’s poetry competition among young people.

October 2, 2015 0 comments Human Interest, News, Schools & Colleges
Nantwich Museum to stage Diamond Jubilee poetry competition

Nantwich Museum to stage Diamond Jubilee poetry competition

Nantwich Museum have announced two poetry competitions, one for adults and one for the children of Nantwich schools. The competitions are being run as part of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations.