Repton Litfest'22 | Just Asking : Bert Flitcroft Enjoy the company of poet Bert Flitcroft in this talk and informal
discussion of poems from his published collections, including his recently published ‘JUST
ASKING’. But what’s the question?
This is a poetry which captures life experienced by an older person. Whether it’s soul
mates, shopping at Sainsbury’s, sex, the sixties, Peppa Pig, gardening …. There’s
something for everyone (whatever your age) and there’s nothing Bert likes better than the
chance to share his poetry and chatting with an audience about their own related
Bert was Staffordshire Poet Laureate 2015-17 and has three collections of poetry
published. He has been Poet in Residence at the Southwell Poetry Festival and has
performed at a number of major national festivals including The Edinburgh International
Book Festival, The Birmingham Literature Festival, and many others. He has worked as
resident poet with one of our ‘National Treasures’, The Wedgwood Collection at the V&A;
as resident poet with the prestigious R.I.B.A exhibition ‘The Road Less Travelled’; and
recently as part of the University of Keele project ‘Labelling the Museum’.
Sun 10th July at 15.45
Tickets £7.50 with 10% student discount available.
Repton Litfest'22 |Poetry Workshop with Bert Flitcroft.
YOU TOO CAN WRITE A POEM!
Do come along to this workshop with our resident poet Bert Flitcroft
and enjoy the fruits of his poetry wisdom and advice. He's been running
workshops for 30 years, from absolute beginners to experienced writers,
and has worked with the best - from Carol Ann Duffy to Billy Collins (the
world's best selling poet!). Explore the thought processes, what to write
about, putting pen to paper, finding your own voice, finding the right
words, shaping them……..All the personal advice and help you will need to write a single
poem of your own – even if it’s the only poem you will ever write. It doesn’t have to be
brilliant, or rhyme, or shared with anyone……
Sun 10th July at 17:00pm Tickets £5.00 with 10% student discount available