Thu 11 March 7pm – 8.30pm
The Third Funk-Pop-A-Roll Music Quiz
Can you knock reigning champions Martin and Jane Chomistek from their podium? Pit your wits against the best music trivia Simon has to offer. Register your tests at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting ID: 841 0969 3354
Tue 16 March 7pm – 8pm
Short and Sweet
Our next short story sharing, on the theme of Spring. Bring along your favourite short works of fiction and share with the group (max 5 minutes each), either your own work, or something by another writer.
Meeting ID: 852 1544 4399
Thu 25 March 7pm – 8.30pm
The Square Eyes Film and TV Quiz – the repeat
With quizmaster Simon Daykin and contributions from Screen next the Sea.
Twenty teams joined our first TV and film quiz – can you accept the challenge and claim the top of the leader board from the might of the two Carolines? Register at email@example.com
Meeting ID: 884 9642 3292
Thu 15 April 7pm – 8.30pm
Open-mic poetry hosted by Briony Bax, poet and editor of Ambit Magazine. Sign up at firstname.lastname@example.org to read a poem you have written, or someone else’s work that speaks to you. All are welcome to join as audience members on the night – just follow the Zoom link below.
Meeting ID: 860 0517 6743
The Wells Fresh-Air-and-Find-‘Em Town Treasure Hunt
Grab your clues, your shoes and your family, and see Wells from a different angle. Our specially put together treasure hunt challenges you to find things in and around your town that you may not have noticed before. Solve the clues and submit your answers for a chance to join our special Wells Detectives roll of honour.
Download the Treasure Trail clue sheet below!
Single page for easy printing: TREASURE HUNT Single sheet
Larger size for phone or tablet: TREASURE HUNT PDF
Word doc to fill out and submit your answers: TREASURE HUNT Word Doc
When you’ve finished the trail, email your answers to email@example.com along with your names to become an official Wells Detective!
Videos from the latest Sea Fever literary festival, ‘Time and Tide’ including interviews with authors Kevin Crossley-Holland and Peter York.