For an evening of poetry and spoken word by international artist Zena Edwards, go to Ashcroft Arts Centre on Saturday at 7.30pm.
Raised in Tottenham, North London, Zena Edwards is one the most unique voices of performance poetry to come out of London.
She was nominated for the Arts Foundation Award for Performance Poetry in 2007 and won the Hidden Creatives Award back in 2012.
Zena writes about human frailty and the complexities of 20th and 21st century life.
Zena has commissioned and written for BBC 3 and BBC4, the Birmingham Rep and is Associate Artist at the Albany, London.
On the night there will also be a special guest local artist and an open mic session, which you can sign up for on the door.
Tickets: £5, people who attend the daytime workshop beforehand can buy a ticket for the evening performance for £3.
Visit hampshireculturaltrust.org.uk/ashcroft-arts-centre for more information.