Sunday, 6 March 2016

Last but not least...

We want to introduce you to Louisa Theobald who will compere our fifth anniversary celebrations tomorrow at the Norwich Arts Centre. Have you bought your ticket yet? 

Louisa is a fabulous  actress and comedian. She's been a semi-finalist in the 'So you think you're funny' and 'Funny women' competitions and won the Guardian newspaper's 'Reader's stand-up' contest. 
Louisa Theobald.
'Loveable daftness': The Guardian

The main event starts at 8pm with readings from our third anthology introduced by prize-winning novelist and guest judge of our prose competition Emma Healey. Kimberley Moore will also be singing and Louisa will seamlessly provide the links. At 9.20pm there will be stand-up comedy by Louisa followed by music from the incomparable Sink Ya Teeth, Emily Winng and Karen Reilly. Tickets cost just £5 and proceeds will go to further Words & Women projects and the charity Women For Refugee Women.

There is also a free warm-up event in the bar at 6pm run by Books Talks Back and featuring the short story writers Eliza Robertson and Philippa Found.

Please come along and support us. It promises to be a great night!

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