Event Description

Thursday 29 April 2021

5:30pm - 6:30pm



As part of National Poetry Month, take part in this explorative poetry workshop hosted by spoken word artist, songwriter and facilitator Miss Jacqui, of Writerz and Scribez. You will be taken on a journey to find new ways of writing by focusing on wellbeing and weaving through memories, music and the self.

  • Materials: paper and a pen. Also feel free to use any other materials you may have at home like colouring pencils or pens. No prior poetry or writing experience is necessary to join.


  • Please note you do not need to register for a ticket if you are part of the current CLA cohort.


  • About the artist: Miss Jacqui is an incredible artist spanning music, poetry and theatre based in London. A Black woman with a disability she is passionate about the importance of allowing people to tell their stories in their voice and creating spaces for people to be fully confident in themselves.

Find out more about Miss Jacqui by streaming her EP 'Perception' here

Writerz and Scribez is a not for profit creative arts company built on the foundation that art changes and heightens life. Read more about Writerz and Scribez on their website.

  • About King's Civic Leadership Academy: King’s Civic Leadership Academy is a leadership development programme for 2nd year undergraduate students who are committed to creating positive change in society. The programme offers a unique opportunity, that will enable our students to develop the skills and experience that will support them in becoming highly employable, civically minded and engaged citizens.

Register to the event here

Find out more on the King's internal website and feel free to contact the team with any questions: civicleadership@kcl.ac.uk



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