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Join us for Words & Wine, 31 July, Creative Writes


WORDS & WINE. WEDNESDAY 31 JULY 2019, 8-10pm

Words & Wine offers the chance to write in a slightly more social atmosphere, held in a wonderful venue in Muswell Hill, Words & Wine offers a space to write that is unique.

The focus is on a relaxed, sociable evening with fun, fast-paced creative writing exercises and no critique. 

“What a wonderful evening – thanks so much or organising this lovely event – I should love to come to the next one!”

“Well done Nichola! It was a well structured and interesting evening – I’m quite proud of one of my written pieces, too! Thank you for organising it, love what you do!”

“Fab night. Thanks to you and the team.”

“Dear Nichola, I just wanted to thank you for such an amazing evening last week. Having never been to a workshop before I was slightly nervous and unsure of what to expect, however I thoroughly enjoyed the evening and very quickly felt really at ease. I had a really stimulating and interesting evening with lovely people and have left with a million ideas- I’ll be back!”

“Thanks so much for last night. It was a special evening, full of sharing and support. What a splendid thing it is that you do! I will certainly be signing up for the next ones.”

“Not many great nights involve words, wine, and going home with fluorescent pink leg warmers. But that’s how we roll in north London. Thanks to @Creative Writes for a fantastic night of fun and writing with lovely people” 

Places are limited to 12, so book asap. If you would like to attend this fun evening, set in an inspiring secret Muswell Hill venue.

Full address details will be sent on booking. The location is in central Muswell Hill, N10 and very accessible by public transport. 

Places are £30 including words, wine, cheese and chocs in a beautiful setting.


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