Based at Norwich’s historic Dragon Hall, the National Writing Centre provides a space where established and emerging writers can be supported and nurtured, workshops can be run for schools, visiting writers and translators can hold residencies and literature events can be held. for schoolsWriters’ Centre Norwich is a literature development agency for writers, readers, literature professionals and anybody who loves books. They also run online courses designed by the Creative Writing School at the University of East Anglia.
In 2012, Writers’ Centre Norwich (now the National Centre for Writing) led the successful bid for Norwich to become England’s first UNESCO City of Literature joining a prestigious network of cities worldwide.
Their mission is to develop the artform, to create learning opportunities and to build a sense of place.
Writers’ Centre Norwich is open for a year-round programme of events, along with monthly heritage tours of Dragon Hall (check website for specific times)
To keep in touch with Writers’ Centre Norwich and to hear about forthcoming events and workshops, sign up to their e-news via their website.
Writers’ Centre Norwich at Dragon Hall,
115-123 King Street, Norwich, NR1 1QE.
Tel: 01603 877 177.