Tags: Wordpool

The Tin Man’s coming to Tiny Worlds!

The Friends of Stanley Park have a Scarecrow Festival in Salisbury Gardens this weekend, go along it’s free. And we’ll be hiding the Tin man and some of his friends along our Tiny Worlds trail in the Park on Sat July 6th 1-4pm. find out more… https://wordpoolfestival.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/tiny-worlds-promotion-a5.pdf

Wordpool Screen – Little Shop of Horrors – Thurs July 4th 7pm

Feed me Seymour! A rare chance to see the classic film Little Shop of Horrors on the big screen in the wonderful setting of the Winter Gardens Pavilion. To match the atmospheric venue, we are asking you to dress up in your best retro gear. Prizes for the best dressed! Refreshments will be available from […]

Handheld Theatre are coming to our Tiny Worlds Family Day

Handheld Theatre’s Wizard of Oz is a “Theatre for one” experience. A beautiful dream world of shadow puppets – A fierce storm, flying houses, wicked witches, and much  more. Lenght: 2.5 minutes. see this and more at our… Tiny Worlds Family Fun Day

A small sample of your informative and interesting diaries

A small sample of your informative and interesting diaries

‘After breakfast, me, my mum, dad and little sister Sophie aged 3 1/2 drove to Moore Park library. My mum went to work at the library for the day. Next we dropped my sister off at Blackpool A-Zoo nursery. Me and my dad drove to the Sandcastle Water World. The first slide I went on […]

Tues 13th – Eleanor Rees and Zoe Lambert – Central Library

Walls Have Voices Readings 6pm followed by Eleanor Rees and Zoe Lambert in Conversation 7.15pm, refreshment break 6.45pm Walls Have Voices features readings of new work from Blackpool creative writers inspired by Blackpool’s wonderful and unique built heritage. The project was part of the Blackpool 100 project supported by National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery […]

This book will definately not help you to NOD off…

We were very lucky to meet NOD author Adrian Barnes this morning at Waterstones for his book signing and reading. The first 20 people who arrived received a free copy of his book – these went very quickly! Adrian originally hails from Blackpool although he now resides in Vancouver, which is the setting of his apocalyptic book NOD. If you […]

NOD Book Launch – Thurs 8th Nov at Waterstones, Blackpool

Meet Adrian Barnes at Waterstones, Blackpool tommorrow 10.30am and find out why Nod has been giving the Wordpool team some  late nights. We predict Hollywood interest for this page turner. The first 20 people will get a free copy of NOD so don’t be late!  

End to End – share their journey

End to End – share their journey

In April 2012 three women made a daring and unusual journey from one end of Great Britain to the other. They made their journey in just 18 days on as many different forms of transport as possible. Trusting to their resourcefulness and the kindness of strangers they made an 874 mile journey from Land’s End […]

Travels With My Bogart – Jacqueline Pilton & Louise Nulty

Travels With My Bogart is a fantasy story based on the ghostly legends of Lancashire (including Blackpool). The central character is young World War II evacuee from the Channel Islands. This funny and sometimes poignant tale has characters and events that are true to life in 1940’s Lancashire. Jacqueline and Louise will lead a Directors’ […]

Pierrots on the Pier Installation

                                             First and Second Year  BTEC Fashion students at Blackpool & The Fylde College are very excited to be part of the Wordpool festival. The creative student designers have researched, developed ideas, problem solved and created a beautiful and insightful installation of masks and garments for Blackpool Central Library. Pierrot masks/hats/accessories and garments form the […]