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Poetry in Motion with Eeshita Azad

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On the first Wednesday of each month, Creative Dance London collaborate with an experienced facilitator, company or artist to deliver a session where you can experience transformation through creativity.

When the body moves with grace, we say 'Poetry in Motion'. In this online taster session, we will explore how words can become a form of auditory dance - a thing of beauty. It is designed to be light-hearted, creative and relaxing. We will explore how poetry can be very personal and can lead to movement, maybe even dancing.

All you need is an open mind. You will be invited to share your thoughts with the group if you are comfortable doing so. The hope is this session will leave you in a more creative mindset, more open and in conversation with your inner self. This session is open to all, whether or not you have experience with writing poetry.

Read our interview with Eeshita.

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Please bring a pen and paper to the session.

Access to the event is through zoom. A link will be sent to you 2 hours before the event starts. Please be sure to check your inbox or spam folder for this. If you have any difficulties contact [email protected]

About Eeshita Azad

Eeshita Azad is a poet, a creative producer and an arts facilitator with a career spanning 15 years in New York, London and Dhaka. She is the Executive Director of BBPC, a poetry collective, since September 2019. She has directed the BBPC production for last year’s Tower Hamlet Council’s Season of Bangla Drama Festival.

She is a page and a stage poet. She has been performing her poetry since 2006. She won the best performer prize at the International Women's Day Poetry Jam, RichMix, London 2007. She collaborated with cartoonist Syed Rashad Imam Tanmoy of Cartoon movement fame and performed her visual-poetry at Hay Dhaka in 2013. Elegiac Songs, is a book of poems by Eeshita Azad published by Journeyman Books (Feb. 2018).

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