What is the story behind the onboard community, what is its origin? How did they come into being, what are their beliefs, aspirations and desires? The Bradbury and Writers’ Centre Kingston are using this space to produce texts and poetic responses that consider the Thames as an elemental force, the locality and its history, as part of the backstory of the group. These ideas will be developed in workshops on the boat, leading to performances that will embody the community, taking place onboard in autumn 2020.
Check back to this page to see the progress of the project!
Writers’ Centre Kingston (14 June)
Maria Val De Los Rios – Togetherness
Writers’ Centre Kingston (13 June)
Maria Val De Los Rios – Stateless Classless
Maria Val De Los Rios
The Bradbury (12 June)
Writers’ Centre Kingston (12 June)
The Bradbury (11 June)
Writers’ Centre Kingston (11 June)
The Bradbury (10 June)
Writers’ Centre Kingston (10 June)
The Bradbury (9 June)
Writers’ Centre Kingston (9 June)
The Bradbury (8 June)
Writers’ Centre Kingston (8 June)
Julia Rose Lewis
The Bradbury offers a lively, vibrant and inclusive atmosphere, with a wide range of activities from Tai Chi and Yoga, to dancing classes or computer lessons, for the active over 55s, operated by Staywell. For more information visit The Bradbury’s website.
Writers’ Centre Kingston
Writers’ Centre Kingston is Kingston University’s literary cultural centre dedicated to creative writing in all its forms, with an annual programme of events from talks to workshops and festivals, directed by Steven J Fowler.