Join Teesside poet Natalie Scott, who will present her Arts Council funded project in progress Rare Birds – Voices of Holloway Prison.

This script-in-hand performance presents a collection of dramatic monologues aims to creatively retell the story of the notorious London prison from 1852 (when it first opened its gates) to 1955 (when the last woman to be hanged in Britain was executed within its walls).

Natalie will share some of the fascinating documents she has discovered on her visits to the archives in London and, accompanied by the TWP (Tees Women Poets), will do a script-in-hand performance of selected poems.

Price: £5, tickets available in advance (advised)
Place: Meeting Room, Friends Meeting House, Skinnergate
Date and time: 26th May 6pm-7.30pm
Contact: Natalie Scott on or 07733 180570