Women of Words

Hull's spoken word performance space with an all-female cast

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Update: Postponed events due to Covid 19

Lovely fellow WOW-ers: in the light of everything that’s happening, we’re sure you won’t be surprised that we’re cancelling our April and May Women Of Words events. These were due to take place on Wednesday 1st April and Wednesday 6th May.

Depending on the situation, we may well need to cancel our June event. We’ll make a decision by the middle of May at the latest.

Lots of love and good thoughts to you and your loved ones. We’re especially thinking of those of you who are ill, or who have loved ones who are ill. We all wish you a swift recovery.

This too shall pass. We’ll look forward to giving our planned April and May guests, Hannah and Chloe a fantastic Women Of Words welcome later in our calendar. Stay well and safe in the meantime.

We’ll see you on the other side xx


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April WoW with Hannah Lasagne

And we are into April with the beautiful and eloquent verse of Hannah Lasagne: ‘She has a stillness in her performance that is bewitching,’ says Michelle. April 1st with Hannah Lasagne at Hull Central Library, upstairs, first floor inside the James Reckitt Reading Room from 2pm – 4pm. Open mic, freewrite exercise, guest poet and some jolly hosting from the WoW collective.  Continue reading

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February WoW with Carrie Martin

We welcome in the New Year with the return of Carrie Martin on February 5th at Hull Central Library. A singer songwriter fast becoming an audience favourite with moving acoustic numbers and vocals to melt the coldest of hearts. Open mic slots will be available and the return of the popular freewrite exercise, creating new work on the spot to share or take home. Continue reading

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I’m dreaming of a WoW Christmas

Another year may have passed by in a blink of an eye, but to finish it off in WoW style on Dec 4th 2 – 4pm we invite you to our festive end of year show at Hull Central Library.  An opportunity to share words together and to go home with ‘ours’ the debut collection from the Women of Words collective. With a sparkling foreword by Dr. Kate Foxours‘ features a special selection of poems and prose pieces, all of which are favourites of both authors and audience alike. Continue reading