Hull Literature Festival 2004 
 the humber mouth  19th June - 4th July 2004

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Programme

Preview Events
Saturday 19th June
Sunday 20th June
Monday 21st June
Tuesday 22nd June
Wednesday 23rd June
Thursday 24th June
Friday 25th June
Saturday 26th June
Sunday 27th June
Monday 28th June
Tuesday 29th June
Wednesday 30th June
Thursday 1st July
Friday 2nd July
Saturday 3rd July
Sunday 4th July

Exhibitions & other Projects

 

{Friday2nd July}

Friday 2nd July - 8pm
The Sailmaker’s Arms

An Evening with Signe
£4/£3

Dutch singer songwriter back in Hull for a solo accoustic performance.

'She's something else...'

Signe appears on the compilation CD 'Let Us Play'

Plus support

Friday 2nd July
Hull New Theatre

Increpacion Danza: Tablao
£12.50/£10 Box Office: 01482 226655
Review

Uniting the traditions of Spanish Ballet, Flamenco and Contemporary dance, Barcelona based Increpacion Danza return to Yorkshire with their haunting new production Tablao.

With performers in a semi circle, scenes elapse in the implicit dramatic structure of the traditional ‘tablao’ spectacle. Tablao is an open musical game, a classic masterpiece, a truly passionate insight into flamenco dance.

Friday 2nd July - 7pm – 9pm
Hull Central Library

Mslexia: Debbie Taylor
In The Best Possible Taste: the subtle art of writing about sex

Free 01482 616961: booking essential

If your prose reads like pornography every time you venture beyond that row of little dots, this could be the workshop for you. These frank exercises aim to help you develop an original erotic language and vocabulary.

Women only.

Debbie Taylor is Editor of Mslexia, the national magazine for women writers. Her latest novel, The Fourth Queen was described by the Independent as ‘literary Viagra’.


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