Lighting the Fuse
8 June – 13 June
Get involved in some great workshops and activities before the festival kicks off:
8 June, 10am – 12noon Rochester
11 June, 10am – 12noon Chatham
12 June, 10am – 12noon Gillingham
Loosen up your ears for the live event from 8 – 14 June, listen to a new podcast each day online at: www.janepitt.co.uk/radiozound
Share sonic adventures from across Medway; take your ears for a trip on the River, tickle your fancy with a glimpse of Chatham’s Music Hall past, discover the beats of Strood and more.
At this fun creative writing workshop, you will write poetry and prose on the topics of Medway and festivals, which will go into ME4Writers’ new Word Shed publication, available from The Shed on the last day of Fuse. Suitable for ages 12+.
Places are free, but please reserve your place with the library concerned, either by dropping in, or by phoning 01634 337799.
8 June, 1.30 – 3.30pm Chatham Library
Dizzy O’Dare presents…
Mr E workshop
A story making and story telling workshop.
Meet Mr E in his time capsule that travels imagination and learn how to formulate your own stories in a fun and playful atmosphere.
11 June, 3.30 – 4.30pm Rainham Library
Central School of Speech and Drama
Obstinate Oswald and the Monster of Mud
10 June, 4pm Morrisons, Strood
11 June, 3.30pm Hillyfields, Gillingham
12 June, 3.30pm Millennium Green, Luton
14 June, 6.05pm Great Lines, Gillingham
15 June, 1pm Waterfront, Chatham
16 June, 11.30am Rochester Castle Moat