Bethan Rees – Wellbeing Writer and Wellbeing Writing Facilitator at Brixham Theatre
Bethan Rees is a passionate Wellbeing Writer and Wellbeing Writing Facilitator, dedicated to harnessing the power of words to foster healing, self-expression, and personal growth. With Brixham Theatre as her creative base, she serves as the Writer in Residence, hoping to infuse the theatre with her literary expertise and enrich the local artistic community. Her classes and work typically come under the title “The Wellbeing Writing Workshop”.
Drawing on her profound love for writing and its therapeutic benefits, Bethan crafts transformative narratives that delve into the human experience. Through her captivating storytelling and poetic expressions, she endeavours to inspire others on their own journeys of self-discovery and empowerment.
At Brixham Theatre, Bethan spearheads initiatives aimed at enhancing wellbeing through the written word. She will be collaborating on grant funding applications and projects, ensuring that artistic endeavours align with the values of community growth and development. With an innate ability to connect with individuals from all walks of life, Bethan seeks to empower others in the local Brixham community to find their unique voices and embrace the healing potential of creative writing.
In her role as Writer in Residence, Bethan curates writing classes that invite participants to explore the boundless realm of self-expression and storytelling. Her classes at the theatre provide a nurturing space for aspiring writers and wellbeing seekers to explore their creativity, engage in therapeutic writing practices, and discover the cathartic power of the written word.
Bethan warmly welcomes collaborations with members of the local community, inviting them to join her in this journey of artistic exploration. Her vision is to establish Brixham Theatre as a vibrant hub for wellbeing-focused projects, where creativity and personal growth intertwine in harmony.
Bethan invites everyone interested in exploring the intersection of wellbeing and writing to connect with her through her website, www.bethanrees.co.uk. Whether you are an artist, writer, or someone seeking solace through creative expression, Bethan is eager to work with you and together build a community that thrives on the therapeutic art of storytelling.