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I Heart Thursdays (ONLINE) with Kitty O'Shea and Carol R Kallend

30th Jul 2020
Event Details
Categories
  • Interactive,
  • Free
Creative Team
  • Host: Kitty O'Shea
  • Guest: Carol R Kelland

I Heart Thursdays is our regular, free St Helens free social get together to bring us all a little closer, it’s a chance for artist to meet audience, creatives to engage with communities, and that's never been more important than now. So we're going online!

Join the marvellous Kitty O'Shea for another online edition of I Heart Thursdays on Thursday 30th July 8-9pm.

This time our Kitty will be speaking to the poet and disability advocate, Carol R Kallend, over video call about their work. Carol will be treating us to renditions of the poems that she has been working on during lockdown. Some of you may remember Carol and her beautiful poetry from Rory Pilgrim’s ‘Software Garden’ performance, which took place as a part of our MadLove Take Over festival back in November.

There will also be singing, quizzing and perhaps even some cake! You don't want to miss this one!

When? 8-9pm, Thursday 30th July 2020.

Where? Zoom (see below for instructions!)

How to join in

We'll be gathering via Zoom video conferencing software, please follow these steps to join us:

  1. Click here to register for a free place via Eventbrite.
  2. We'll send a Zoom link/URL to everyone who has registered at lunchtime on Thursday 30th July. Please click this link next Thursday at 8pm to join us.
  3. Check out the Zoom blog if you've not used the platform before and please contact natalie@heartofglass.org.uk if you have any questions.

PLEASE NOTE:

We're going to record this I Heart Thursdays gathering so that it can be watched back and continue to bring joy well into the future. By registering on Eventbrite, you give your consent to being recorded on Zoom. If you would like to be anonymous on Zoom, you can find out how to do this over on the Zoom blog here.

Please read our Safer Spaces policy here.

Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.

We ask that all children and young people are accompanied by an adult during this event.
You can find useful information on talking to children in your care about having fun and keeping safe online at: