This Music and Poetry workshop focuses on creative writing to your favourite songs. Sign up here!
Please be mindful when booking. This is a masterclass for Black writers and writers of colour based in Scotland (or for people who, pre-COVID, would have normally been resident in Scotland).
Music and Poetry Workshop with Bee Asha Singh
Join Bee Asha Singh for this 1.5-hour, online workshop!
Activities include writing to a custom playlist of participants’ favourite songs, exploring what it is about music you love, and creating and writing from your own personal prompts based on your favourite lyrics.
There will also be icebreakers and a chance to get to know fellow workshop participants!
Essential items include: access to the internet, a working camera and mic, and pen and paper
- There is a max of 20 spaces.
- This workshop will be hosted online using Zoom (instructions will be sent to participants closer to the workshop date).
- The workshop includes a 10-15min comfort break.
- There are two types of tickets: Free tickets for writers on low-income and Pay What You Can (Suggested £5+).
- Our free events are very popular and have a waitlist. If you have registered for a ticket but then are unable to attend please do let us know so we can offer it to another person on the waitlist. Thank you!
- If you have any accessibility needs or requirements, please do let us know by writing in at scotBAMEwriters@gmail.com at the earliest and we shall do our best to meet your requirements.
- All SBWN events will adhere to our safer spaces policy. You can learn more about our policy here.
Access & Tech
To participate in the online event, you will need:
- a good internet/wi-fi connection
- a laptop, computer, tablet or mobile phone to join by audio and video
- pen and paper
- Please email your access requirements: email@example.com
About Bee Asha
Bee Asha is one third of the Scottish rap group The Honey Farm and co-founder of the incredible Spit It Out Project. Her work is unashamedly raw and revolves around female empowerment, her lived experiences and is aimed at opening up difficult conversations and breaking down societal norms.