These vibrant and thoughtful monthly Open Book sessions are back in 2022. Read poems and short stories together as prompts for your own creative writing. Each session focuses on a theme such as Home, Grow and Transform, or Garden.
Would you like to write about or create your own memento to a Renfrewshire women from history or a woman you know from your own life? Making Her Mark: Creative Writing and Craft Workshop, Friday 5th August, 12.30pm to 2.30pm, Kairos Women+ Paisley, 16+, Women only*, Free Making Her Mark Exhibition We’ll begin this Glasgow […]
Our sell out women’s heritage walks, led by our volunteer tour guides, show Glasgow’s neighbourhoods in a new light, making visible the often hidden and overlooked contributions women have made to the city. Pick up a Stamp as you Stomp loyalty card when you attend a walk, do all 6 of our walks and get a very […]
IN PERSON: Dungeons and Dragons is a fantasy roleplaying game which combines collaborative storytelling and improvisation with the randomness of dice rolls. Dungeon Matron Becky has written this adventure with beginners in mind but more experienced players are also welcome.
Kathryn Metcalfe, Lesley Traynor, Mairi Murphy and Morag Smith first met as a group in 2018. Intended as a chance for writers with family and caring commitments or who were unable to attend a writing group in the evenings, the group which gathered round the long table in the café of Paisley Abbey, built a rapport with one another, balanced critique with honest encouragement.
Glasgow’s East End has plenty of bicycle related history: from the factory which produces the early bicycle, to the velodrome which hosted the Commonwealth Games. Follow our volunteer guides who’ll lead us at a gentle pace allow cycle paths with frequent stops to learn about some of the pioneers of women’s cycling.
We’re delighted that our Story Café is back in person! Travel the world, one tale at a time, as we dip into stories and poems by some of the best women writers around.
Bubbles is Laura Bissell’s compelling and honest account of her early experiences of motherhood, a journey that began in September 2018 with the birth of her daughter and which was, just over a year later, interrupted by the onset of coronavirus and the national lockdowns and global devastation that followed.