About Performing our work to an audience, can be anxiety-inducing, even for the seasoned performers amongst us but what if there were ways to perform better, clearer, and bolder both with and without a microphone?In performing your poems and stories, writer, performer and workshop leader, Lytisha Tunbridge is going to guide you through a series of exercises that will improve your stage performances and readings.Participants will practice techniques for confident delivery of your own readings or poems; whether from the page or memory and Lytisha will show those of you terrified of using microphones how it can be your friend during a performance.This workshop is perfect for those wishing to build up confidence, attend and perform at more open mic nights or if you’re looking to develop your delivery further.About Lytisha Lytisha is a writer, performer and workshop leader with an MA in Creative Writing. She has performed her poetry widely, including at: Edinburgh Fringe, Splendour, Nottingham Poetry Festival, Inspire Poetry Festival, and Buxton Festival. International performances include: Speakeasy, Brussels, Poetry Live, Auckland and Inside Out, Ponsonby, NZ. Lytisha is a member of World Jam, Nottingham’s global poetry and music collective, and diy poets. She produces events as Poetry Aloud at festivals such as: Stuff of Life, Nottingham Poetry Festival, and Exile Festival.Book your placeThe price of this workshop is £12 NWS members and £18 for general admission. Book your place, or to find out more about joining NWS, head to our membership page.