Festival of Words
Fri, 27 Sep 2019

Tickets are available now for The East Riding Festival of Words, bringing popular authors to the local area.

The Treasure House, in Beverley, on Friday, 18 October will host a poetry writing workshop by performance poet Catherine Scott. Guardian columnist Rhik Samadder will discuss his new book, I never said I loved you and Christy Lefteri will talk about her bestseller, The Beekeeper of Aleppo.

Saturday, 19 October, at Beverley Memorial Hall, will feature Martin Edwards on The Golden Age of Crime and Chris Simms, Jess Kidd and Amanda Mason discussing gothic thrillers. Kate Ellis will talk about History and Mystery and Cath Staincliffe, creator of ITV’s Blue Murder, will look at writing crime drama for TV and radio.

Beverley Art Gallery on Sunday, 20 October will host Jessica Fellowes, bestselling author of companion books to Downton Abbey and an afternoon with bestselling author Erica James.

The Children’s Festival will include the Gruffalo Grand Tour, drama workshops from She Productions at Beverley Library, a Ninja Alien Pirate Party at the Parkway Cinema in Beverley and The Funny World of James Campbell at the Parkway Cinema.

Tickets for all events are available at www.festivalofwords.co.uk or by calling (01482) 392699.

Full details are on the website and on social media @ERWordfest


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