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Portsmouth Fairy Tales for Grown-Ups

(This is being written to the fine music from the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Electric Ladyland Album. Listen to the ‘1983’ track in particular while reading this.)

Well the Portsmouth Festivities are in full-swing down in the South with something for everyone: and this weekend some of my scribbling compadres conjured up something rather spectacular.

Saturday Night at the Groundlings Theatre provided a showcase of spellbinding talent from an array of Local Writers, all of which took different approaches to the brief of writing a fairy tale set in Portsmouth.

Today (Sunday) was a Magical Mystery Tour of Portsmouth where last night’s performers discussed how certain objects and locations influenced the stories they wrote in the anthology. If you want to have a look at the map then click here:

And if you want to know where you can get the Anthology then try here (it’s free until Monday!)


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