Brighton NightWriters

The café’s address is: 44 George Street, Kemptown  BN2 1RJ (George Street runs between St. James’s Street and Edward Street, near Old Steine.)

Latest News: 

Brighton NightWriters
meets in THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.
every Wednesday at 7.30pm
The Wellington is in Upper Gloucester Road, Brighton.
(
To get there from Brighton station, go down Surrey Street (runs south from the station parallel to Queens Road), past the er, adult shop, and turn right at Grocer and Grain.)
!!
EXCEPT !!
Once a month we meet at Speakers Corner Café in Kemptown instead.
We next meet at Speakers Corner on : Wednesday 13th December at 7.30pm.
The café’s address is: 44 George Street, Kemptown  BN2 1RJ
(George Street runs between St. James’s Street and Edward Street, near Old Steine)

 

BRIGHTON NIGHTWRITERS is a creative writing group that meets once a week to read and discuss members’ work in a friendly and supportive atmosphere.  We have been meeting continuously since 1988.

Some members are published, some just write for pleasure and some are new to creative writing. Not everyone attends every week, but – whatever our age or walk of life – we all enjoy sharing our stories, poetry and plays with others.

Brighton NightWriters meets in the Duke of Wellington pub in Upper Gloucester Road, every Wednesday at 7.30pm. (BUT see Latest News above for monthly exception.)
Directions to the Wellington : From the station, go south down Surrey Street (which runs parallel to Queens Road, on the right), past the Evening Star pub to your left, and turn right at Grocer and Grain.  In the Duke of Wellington, go up the stairs immediately to the left of the bar, follow the signs to the loos, and go past the loos to the room at the end of the corridor.

To contact Brighton NightWriters just come along to one of our weekly meetings or phone Tim Shelton-Jones on 01273 505642 or email tim01.shelton-jones@virgin.net

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