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The Darkest Hour

 A private is on sentry duty the night before embarkation to the docks in preparation for D-Day. He is frightened, trying not to think about what lies ahead of him. He only has 2 cigarettes to see him through the night.

Then a stranger comes out of the darkness ...

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Support for statue of DH Lawrence
Eastwood Advertiser

More support has been expressed for a campaign calling for a statue of famed author DH Lawrence to be built in Eastwood.

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Lowdham Book Festival
2 - 29 June

The Lowdham Book Festival is back, and to celebrate two full decades of attracting writing talent - and many thousands of book fans - to the beautiful village. We find out why this year is a bit special...

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Writing poetry in the digital age
by Nottingham Writers' Studio
20 June

Harness the power of the digital world to create new and exciting poems at Writing poetry in the digital age with Sophie-Louise Hyde.

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Guy Walked the Wight

 Guy walked the Wight for Earl Mountbatten Hospice 2019 on 12 May.

It was his second marathon in a month ... not a lot of people can say they did that!

Legs and knees recovering!

Still time to donate!!!

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Script Reading
Sessions run in 4 weekly blocks on Thursdays 10.30 – 12.00pm
Block 2: 6th June – 27th June
Block 3: 11th July – 1st August
Block 4: 8th August – 29th August

Anyone can read a play at home, but Nonsuch’s Script Reading Group brings like minded individuals together for a shared experience to explore the exciting world of classic and contemporary theatre.

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For the Love of George

 An adaptation of the monologue that was a critical success at the Edinburgh Festival 2000. It follows the experience of a woman trapped in violent marriage and her relationship with George and biology.

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29 Paying Markets for Poetry - No submission fees
Published to Death
Here are 29 literary journals that pay for poems. Short, long, lyrical, light - you name it, they want it. And if these markets aren't enough, you can find more publishing opportunities for poetry in these posts:

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Ledbury Poetry Festival

5th -14th July

Ledbury Poetry Festival announces the six collections shortlisted for the prestigious Ledbury Forte Poetry Prize for Second Collections published in Britain and Ireland in 2017 and 2018.

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Give While You Shop

Give as you live Raise free funds for Hothouse Theatre and Oh MyNottz by shopping online with Give as you Live, over 4200 retailers to choose from, shop & raise a donation at no cost to you!

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