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Stories from the Forests of Leeds

A year of hearing, creating and learning about stories, led by author and theatre producer Daniel Ingram-Brown Woodcutters in Killingbeck, wolves on Woodhouse Moor and heroes emerging from their back-to-backs. Join us for a year of learning about, and creating, stories. Each month we will gather for a creative writing workshop, discussion seminar, book group or inspirational outing. This crash course in storytelling will result in the publication of a book of short stories, packed with tales from the Forest of Leeds.

Stories from the Forests of Leeds flyer copyGroup 1 – fully booked (see group 2 dates below)

Stories from the Forests of Leeds_course 2 flyer copyGroup 2 – A new set of dates has been added due to popular demand

All sessions will be from 7-9.30pm at LCI, LS1 6DG (opposite the Corn Exchange, above ‘Out of This World’) and will be led by author and Theatre Producer, Daniel Ingram-Brown No writing experience is necessary, just a willingness to have a go! FREE! To book a place, email or phone 0113 391 7928

Course notes

Download the notes from the first session ‘Why are stories important?’ here – Stories from the Forests of Leeds – session notes 1

Comments and discussions

If you’re attending the course and would like to leave any questions, comments or discussion points, please use the reply box below. When comments have been approved they will show at the bottom of the page. Thanks!

4 Responses to Stories from the Forests of Leeds

  1. danielingrambrown

    Let me know if you’d like to see Sara Maitland on the 13th November. If a few people are going we can meet up before it starts.

      • LCILeeds

        Great – see you there Liz. I may be running around beforehand sorting out recording the lecture, but come and find me to say hello!

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