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Wolf at the Door Writing Weekend 2020

Sat 7th Nov : 10:00 am - Sun 8th Nov : 4:30 pm

£25 – £90
Wolf at the Door

We're not sure yet whether this event will go ahead online or in person at the Centre, as we're currently closed due to the Coronavirus outbreak, with partial re-opening planned for 1st September. We're updating the site regularly so please come back and check frequently, and join our mailing list to stay up to date with new and changed events.

No writing experience necessary, just a willingness to step through the door of the imagination. This weekend is inspired by Buddhist principles and practice and is open to all.

The weekend is non-residential and runs at the same times each day.


The price for the weekend is £90 standard rate; £60 concessionary; £25 age 18 - 25. Payment still a problem? As a small unfunded charity, the Centre relies on the generosity of people who come here, but we don't want to turn anyone away from our courses. Please contact the Centre Team on info@manchesterbuddhistcentre.org.uk and we'll work something out with you.

Discover Wolf at the Door writing workshops

Woven with the Dharma and laced with the unexpected . . .

Imagination is essential in the spiritual life; it makes available and harmonises the different energies within us. Wolf at the Door offers a friendly and nurturing way of exploring this through writing. You don’t have to share what you write, though doing so can be just the creative challenge some of us need!

More about Wolf at the Door

About the course leaders

Dharmavadana’s poems have appeared in several magazines and the anthology The Heart as Origami: Contemporary Buddhist Poets. He is poetry editor of the Buddhist arts magazine Urthona
Satyagita writes to make sense of her world. She has been a tutor on a University of East Anglia continuing education writing course and recently had a short story published in Women and Words 2

Booking your Place

• You need to book and pay in advance please
• Book online with a credit or debit card, or by Paypal - Book Now
• Or phone 0161 834 9232 to pay with a card, or call in and pay with cash or card
• Booking for someone else online? Tell us in the Additional Information box at checkout
• If there are any health issues, physical, emotional or mental, that could affect your participation in a course or event, please contact the Buddhist Centre on 0161 834 9232, and ask to talk confidentially to one of our Order members, before making your booking
• Questions? 0161 834 9232 or info@manchesterbuddhistcentre.org.uk
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• There will be a lunch break during the day, but given the current circumstances, we are asking people not to bring vegetarian food to share. Instead, we ask that you simply bring your own vegetarian food for lunch. Alternatively, there are many places nearby where you can buy lunch. 
• No prior reading necessary but Wolf founder Manjusvara’s Writing Your Way and The Poet’s Way are excellent

Problem paying?

We don't want to turn anyone away. If you are unable to pay the suggested rates, please contact the Centre Team on 0161 834 9232 or info@manchesterbuddhistcentre.org.uk and we'll work something out with you.

What if I have to cancel?

Get in touch - you can­:
• Transfer to a similar event when possible
• Cancel and get a full refund if the event is more than 14 days away
• Cancel, but with a cancellation charge of £10 for a day event or six-week course; £20 for a weekend event; £50 for a residential retreat, if less than 14 days from the event date


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Wolf at the Door 2020
£ 90
Wolf at the Door 2020
£ 60
Wolf at the Door 2020
Age 18 - 25
£ 25


Sat 7th Nov : 10:00 am
Sun 8th Nov : 4:30 pm
£25 – £90
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Manchester Buddhist Centre
16-20 Turner Street
Manchester, M4 1DZ United Kingdom
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