In 2018, poet, rapper and musician Solomon Ogunmefun-Brooker (known as Solomon O.B) lost someone very close to him. What followed was an eight-month investigation of his grief and interrogation of himself, led by his pen.
During this process, Solomon discovered that the value of writing itself had never been more clear. In this workshop, Solomon wants to share how music and the act of journaling helped him illuminate a path out of the darkness of his early grief, and how it might be able to help others.
This workshop is suitable for people aged 15 and over.
Concessions are available for OAPs, students, under 18s, the unwaged, and people with disabilities.