Experiential Creative Writing Workshop
based on Emily Bronte's novel "Wuthering Heights"
Experiential Creative Writing Workshop (Greek language version)
based on Emily Bronte's novel "Wuthering Heights" (1848)
Workshop Animators: Christina Tzialla & Vasiliki Kateri
guest animators: Nico Butler, Chara Nikolakopoulou, Katerina Giftaki Beck, Eleni Kofterou
when: Saturday, March 4, 2023
where: Kalliergon Headquarters, Neochori Lefktrou, West Mani, "Gonatsa" area
starting time: 17.00 ending time: 21.00
participation cost: 20 € (VAT 24% is included )
Seat reservation is necessary and is valid after the total payment of 20 € to our bank account, at least five days earlier.
The deposit is refundable only if the workshop is canceled by Kalliergon.
Priority order is followed. Maximum participants number, 12 persons
For further info, please contact us by sending e-mail to: email@example.com
Invitation from the Bronte sisters
The master of the house, Mr. Heathcliff, would never invite you. It is well known how lonely and antisocial he is. But we, sisters Emily, Charlotte and Anne Bronte, invite you and promise you an unforgettable experience. Please mind the wind, which when it's bad sweeps everything in its path, and then you can enjoy your tea by the fire and write the story inspired by the atmosphere, the music, the sound of the storm and the our companionship. You don't need to be a writer or have a writing skill, you just need to let yourself be in the magic of the moment.
We look forward to seeing you at the old Earnsaw family mansion in the Yorkshire moors.
Emily, Charlotte, Anne Bronte
PS Oh, we hope you're not afraid of ghosts, because there's a troubled soul hanging around here.
* During the workshop you will be offered homemade treats and tea made from pure, aromatic herbs from our garden.
It will add a special touch to our workshop if you come fully or partially dressed in period clothing and accessories.
The author Chara Nikolakopoulou wrote a book titled "Ode to Evil", published in January 2022 by AΩ publications. It is a small study of Emily Bronte's novel "Windswept Heights". Follow the links below for more information