Sunday, 15 March 2015

Storytelling & Adaptation and Yorkshire Noir 15/3/2015

Happy Mother's Day to all my followers.  There are two fantastic events taking place today, HLF2015's final event Storytelling & Adaptation and Headingley Literature Festival's Yorkshire Noir featuring Helen Cadbury and Alison Taft, details below:

Stories, graphic novels, music and dance
Storytelling & Adaptation

Sunday 15 March, 2.30pm

Find out what it takes to become a writer, graphic artist, musician/composer and dancer/choreographer from a talented group of creative people who have made a success of their chosen field.

With writer Mary Talbot, graphic novelist Bryan Talbot, composer Gary Lloyd and dancer Bettina Carpi. A truly original and innovative event to end the festival.


The Theatre, North Huddersfield Trust School


All welcome  

£3/£1.50 on the door
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New Headingley Club, St Michael’s Road
Helen Cadbury

Nick Quantrill

Alison Taft

Nick Triplow
Sunday 15 March
Yorkshire Noir - An Evening of Crime Writing
Four of the region’s foremost crime authors present an evening - chaired by Alison Taft - of readings, crime-writing history (in film and fiction), discussion and debate. It’s no surprise that the crime genre is undergoing something of a renaissance. For anyone interested in crime-fiction, this evening showcases exciting new writing talent and takes audiences on a trip through the annals of great British crime writing.

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