Manchester’s DNA: Poet in Residence Workshop

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Poet Zaffar Kunial.
Poet Zaffar Kunial.

26 February 2021 Entrance is free — Visit now

Poetry can provide an insight into the richly diverse and dynamic communities that make up Greater Manchester. Newly appointed award-winning Poet in Residence Zaffar Kunial will lead a multilingual poetry workshop, exploring the craft of writing poems in different languages and how language can be used creatively.

This event is presented by Double Helix History and The University of Manchester’s Creative Manchester.

Part of International Mother Language Day.

26 February 2021 Entrance is free Visit now

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