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Part of Late Shift Extra: The Elizabethans Undressed at the National Portrait Gallery. The Elizabethans Undressed is an evening of costume, lectures and performances focusing on the Elizabethan era. David Varela will be the ‘scribe in residence’ from 5-10pm, taking commissions from a modern generation of literary patrons. The event is created in partnership with the School of Historical Dress.
Novelist Sarah Butler will spend the day in this quirky independent bookshop and café which offers a dynamic, creative, community space in Bankside.
7 November, London-wide
Gemma Seltzer will be going mobile around London, writing live from a variety of locations in an online-only pop-up residency. Keep an eye out for her.
The Museum houses a display of religious artifacts and a new exhibition on Jewish involvement in football. Joe Dunthorne will be writing here.
Poet Jacob Sam-La Rose will be incorporating live writing into his workshop with the Podium Poets , a group of young writers from London. The event will take place in the multi-award-winning Deptford Lounge building, and is supported by literature development agency Spread the Word.
From 11.30am-4.30pm, Molly Naylor will be in residence as part of the UK’s first spoken word festival, The Last Word showcasing the talents of emerging and established performers. Share your Facebook status updates, your old Tweets and extracts from your blogs with Molly (in person, or via Twitter @MollyNaylor, #livewritingsrs ) who will admire, explore, decipher, translate and adapt your posts to create new writing responding to ideas of online personas.
Daljit Nagra will exercise his writing talents in the Clore Ballroom of the Royal Festival Hall from 2-6pm, in an event forming part of the Southbank Centre's autumn programme.
You’re invited to suggest a single word, phrase or a detailed storyline to Nagra (in person, or via Twitter @livewritingsrs ), who will weave these contributions into a brand new verse-poem for you, while you watch.