Mummy Writes - Mummy Writes: Baby-friendly writing workshops

Writing workshops

Friday    09:00–11:00

This activity is usually led by Nici is a London based copywriter, editor and workshop leader running my own business called Lost for Words. She's also a short story writer, most recently winning a Highly Commended recognition for the Bridport Prize 2019, and has an MA in Creative Writing from The University of Manchester. The idea for these workshops came to Nici in the middle of her maternity leave period. As intense - and rewarding - as maternity leave was she found that doing something creatively stimulating really helped her to...

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0 months - 15 months
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New parents can get creative and have a taster of what it's like to be a fiction writer, all while snuggling with their baby. A series of six workshops explore the basics of writing fiction; from genres, techniques, exploring inspiring works of fiction and plenty of time to try it out yourself!
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The workshops are designed with parents in mind so they are absolutely baby-friendly - with sensory play and storytelling - while parents can explore styles of fiction writing through group readings, activities and feedback. It may be chaotic, but we make it work!
The sessions are flexible and laid back. Feel free to feed, change, or entertain baby and join in with the workshop in a way that works for you. As a workshop leader, and a mummy, I will try my best to keep baby entertained and come equipped with plenty of sparkling, noisy toys to keep them occupied while parents try their hand at writing. (We're not a creche, we just welcome the chaos that bringing your baby with you creates. )



  • Single Session
  • £6.00
  • 6 week course
  • £36.00

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