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Room 204: Adapting and Thriving During Covid-19 Lockdown

Whilst the restrictions imposed on us all during the Covid-19 lockdown since mid-March 2020 have been hard to adapt to, for some, they’ve been an opportunity to create some new work or think about existing work in a completely different way. We have taken some time to catch up with some of our Room 204 […]

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ONLINE 5-week Short Course: Starting to Write

with William Gallagher Starting Friday 15 May 2020 5 session course, released weekly on a Friday for 5 weeks then available for 2 months after the last date   Join us in our virtual classroom for a five-week short course where you can choose how you follow and work. Run by William Gallagher, who has […]

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Writing West Midlands reveals the 2020 cohort of Room 204

We are delighted to announce the new cohort of 15 Room 204 writers-in-development, who join over 130 others who have been part of the scheme since its inception in 2012. Every year, Writing West Midlands opens its doors to submissions from emerging writers from across the West Midlands region, writing in all genres, from poetry […]

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Coronavirus: suspension of all events till May

In line with the Government and Public Health England’s advice of Monday 16 March, we are suspending all public activity due to take place in March and April. This includes: All Spark Young Writers’ groups meeting across the region Short courses and writing workshops for adult writers Room 204 writer in development gatherings Everyone with […]

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