SHC Director Glenn Patterson joins SHC Fellow Tim Wheeler in conversation with creative writing and music students from Queen's.
This unique seminar is open to PG students from SHC and Music students only.
Tim will share insights into his incredible career in music, approaches to song writing, and the influence of other writers on his work. He will be in conversation with SHC Director, novelist and writer for stage and screen, Professor Glenn Patterson, with time for questions from students on any aspect of Tim's career and work.
Students are invited to send questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Wheeler is a Northern Irish singer, songwriter, and musician for the alternative rock band Ash. He has written nearly all of Ash's notable works, such as "Oh Yeah", "Shining Light", "Girl From Mars", "Kung Fu", and "Goldfinger". In November 2014, he released his debut solo album Lost Domain.
Professor Glenn Patterson has been the Director of the Seamus Heaney Centre at Queen's since 2017. Glenn has written four works of non-fiction including Backstop Land (2019) and The Last Irish Question (2021), and ten novels, most recently Where Are We Now? (2020). With Colin Carberrry, he co-wrote the film Good Vibrations, for which the pair were nominated for Outstanding Debut at the 2014 BAFTA Film awards. He has written plays for Radio 3 and Radio 4, and with composer Neil Martin, he wrote Long Story Short: The Belfast Opera in 2016.
For more information on SHC Fellows, visit the SHC website here.