Shoreham Library is helping to celebrate all things local through drama and creative writing as part of the Adur Festival.
The festival, in its 29th year, runs from Saturday 4 June to Sunday 19 June.
Two events will be taking place at the library to help explore what the Adur area means to the local community.
- An improvised drama workshop will take place from 6pm on Thursday 9 June, run by Liz Armour from Piece of String Theatre, and will celebrate, commemorate and explore what ‘Place’ means.
Tickets are free but pre-booking is essential. Light refreshments will be available.
- Shoreham-based crime writer Mark Peterson will be hosting the second event, Crime Scene, a creative writing workshop on Thursday 16 June from 6.30pm.
Bring a pen, a friend and your imagination for the interactive session which will see Mark guide you through creative writing exercises about places that are important to you.
Tickets cost £4 and light refreshments are included in the cost.
To buy tickets for either event contact 01273 467966 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regular library children’s activities will also take place during the Adur Festival.
These include storytime for the under 5s and Baby Rhyme Time.
For more information on upcoming library events visit www.westsussex.gov.uk/libraries.