Women’s writing collective, Write Young Things, has teamed up with contemporary music group, Brother Tree Sound, for a night of poetry, music and creative expression on Monday 10 December 2018 at 7.30pm.
Hosted at the Poetry Café in Covent Garden, musicians from different backgrounds will perform original compositions to inspire, inform and incite creative responses. Reacting to the music, members of Write Young Things and the audience will be encouraged to share pre-written and spontaneous poetry and short stories.
Join us to hear some fantastic music, insightful writing and perhaps share your own work. The event is £3 on the door, wine and nibbles will be available to purchase.
Brother Tree Sound is a group of composers, musicians, soundscapers and creative people who aim to seek out, commission and perform new music that connects us to the landscape of 21st century emotions. Individual members work with the top London orchestras, chamber groups and jazz ensembles, performing across the world.
Write Young Things is a collective of young women living in Britain who want to recapture the joys and challenges of creative writing. The group is currently open to new writers.
Open Chamber is a platform for both established and emerging composers and also for artists from other disciplines. Brother Tree Sound is currently working around the theme ‘Call and Response’ for which they are asking people to explore their immediate reaction to a piece of music with visual art, written or spoken word.
Under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult as we cannot guarantee that the event will not contain explicit or sensitive content, as people will be reading poetry and creative responses to classical music.