Mercury a Short Story by Pippa Gladhill, read by Ray Newe and BSL interpreted by Paul Michaels at Solstice Shorts Festival 2016: Shortest Day 21 st December 2016 at West Greenwich Library London #ACEFunded
The winged messenger of the gods gets stuck at Dyrham Park.
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Shortest Day, Longest Night
Cat us on Tour: TONIGHT Friday 06/01/2017 7.30 Oxford
Poem (and story): Sarah James. Story: Wendy Gill, Pauline Walker, David Mathews, David Steward.
Tuesday 10/1/2017 7.30
St James Wine Vaults 10 St James Street, Bath, BA1 2TW
Combined reading with poem: Bernie Howley, Elinor Brooks, Jeremy Dixon, Jill Sharp; story: Nick Rawlinson, Pippa Gladhill, Katy Darby, Cherry Potts, Polly Hall Liberty Tales. Like this: Like Loading...
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About Cherry Potts
Cherry Potts is a publisher/editor. fiction writer and teacher, event organiser, photographer, book designer, NLP master practitioner, life coach and trainer. She sings for fun.
Through Arachne Press she publishes fiction and non fiction and runs spoken word events and cross-arts workshops for writers at interesting venues. Always interested in new opportunites to perform, write or explore writing.