Aye Write – celebration of writing from community based literacy and creative writing learners
22 March, 2019 12.30 p.m. – 2.30 p.m.
Royal Concert Hall
Aye Write festival is celebrating the things in life that make us happy and give us a laugh.
Expect a lively event where community-based adult literacy and creative learners from across the city come together to share their writing on the theme of happiness. The event includes spoken word and an opportunity to mingle and enjoy a display of learners’ work.
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Hall 2, New Auditorium, 2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3NY
(Exhibition opens 12:30,
Performances 13:00 – 14:00,
Refreshments and Exhibition 14:00-14:30)
This is a FREE event but you need to book tickets on :
0800 027 6402
I do hope you can come along and give us some moral support on the day. Merci beaucoup SJx
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