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Writing to impact social issues - workshop with Dauda Ladejobi, Boat Poets


Thursday 28th January 6:30pm - An online workshop lead by Dauda Ladejobi for emerging writers/poets based on how we as writers can use our work to impact social issues, exploring the process from creating work or an event to address certain themes.

Tickets £2.50 early bird, £3.50 general:

There are two free places available to anyone who finds the fee a barrier to participating. To book one of these places please email - they will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Dauda Ladejobi (Sols) is an Award winning, Nigerian born poet and workshop leader from East London. He has performed his poetry at the Rich mix, Barbican and Roundhouse along with various other venues and festivals around London and the UK including Edinburgh and Camden Fringe. He also spearheads the Spoken, Not Stirred team that runs a monthly Open Mic night in Barking.

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