Exeter Cultural Partnership

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Resident Writers is finally live!
We meet every other Monday at The Bike Shed Theatre and will be hosting our first open meeting on Monday March 12th at 18h00. 
The purpose of this group is to encourage new, versatile and exciting writing of all kinds in the Exeter area. The format of the meeting will vary each session and will include active writing, workshops, open discussions, feedback sessions and hopefully performance opportunities. 
The idea is that every member of the group can contribute a skill to the rest of the table and have an opportunity to try new things out and step out of their comfort zone.
If you are interested come along or get in touch.

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