Archive for March 2015

How many ideas and plans run aground due to lack of connections, money time or specific skills? This session considers how to make the best of networking opportunities and how to m...

Readings from Philip Langeskov, Francesca Rhydderch and Clare Wigfall, followed by a discussion hosted by Sophie Wardell (British Council Literature).

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An evening considering nature, memoir and writing with two of Britain’s finest authors.

Readings from Charlotte Higgins, Patrick Barkham and Bidisha, followed by a discussion, hosted by Jonathan Morley (Programme Director, Writers’ Centre Norwich).

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Daljit Nagra reads and performs from The Retold Ramayana, one of the great epics of the ancient world.

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Readings from Cynan Jones, Emma Healey and Selma Dabbagh, followed by a discussion hosted by Swithun Cooper (British Council Literature).

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The artistic mainstream is continually refreshed and invigorated by encounters with new artistic models, outside voices and emergent forms. Geraldine Collinge leads a conversation ...

Alex Preston reads and performs from his work.

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Readings from Kirsty Logan, James Scudamore and Kerry Young, followed by a debate hosted by Kate Griffin (International Programme Director, the British Centre for Literary Translat...

The strength of a literary culture is dependent on the diversity, literacy and confidence of its readers, and yet to many people the arts as a whole can seem closed off, at worst e...

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