Writing on the Wall

Writing is for everyone. It’s turning up, sharing our stories and creating change on the page.

Writing On The Wall host two annual literature festivals, WoWFEST in May and Black History Month in October, which welcome writers, activists and artists. All of our creative writing projects support our communities and schools all year long. Be part of WoW and find out more…

Writing on the Wall- Creating Change through the power of words. For this month’s instalment, Jennifer Vaudrey will be chatting to newly published childrens author and founder of Skywriters, Natalie Denny about her new book Keisha Jones Takes on the World and other ventures. Julia Rampen will also be dropping in for a chat about her new book ‘The Bay’ ahead of the launch at FACT on Tuesday evening. We’ll then have Writer, Singer, Actor, Producer Tayo Aluko joining us to talk about his involvement in Black History Month and his play Call Me Mr Robeson, Which is on at St Georges Hall later in October.