The Humber Mouth
Hull Literature
Festival 2003

{ Hull Literature Festival 2003 6th - 16th November 2003
 the humber mouth }


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Festival Programme

Introduction

Preview Events

Thursday { 6th } November

Friday { 7th } November

Saturday { 8th } November

Sunday { 9th } November

Monday {10th } November

Tuesday {11th } November

Wednesday { 12th } November

Thursday { 13th } November

Friday { 14th } November

Saturday {15th } November

Sunday { 16th } November

{ Monday 10th November }

EICH Gallery, University of Lincoln, George Street, Hull - 7.00pm
The Wardrobe: Daphne Glazer
Free Tel 01482

Daphne Glazer, quirky novelist and short story writer, gives a pre-launch reading from her fourth collection The Wardrobe. The stories take a close look at clothes and fashion - ranging from bras, knickers and thongs to hats, coats and shoes. Daphne will be talking about clothes as potent symbols of identity and sometimes of repressed desires.

Hull Truck Theatre, Spring Street, Hull - 8pm
An Audience with Joan Bakewell
10 (no concessions) Box Office 01482 323638

Celebrated broadcaster and author Joan Bakewell talks about her career in broadcasting, her recently published autobiography In the Centre of the Bed, and the changing attitude to women within the BBC.

BAFTA award winner Bakewell started her career in the 1960's with Late Night Line Up and she has conducted over a thousand interviews, with guests including Norman Mailer, Vaclav Havel, Marcel Duchamp, William Walton, Margaret Drabble, Beryl Bainbridge, Ken Loach, Bridget Riley, Jonathan Miller...and Margaret Thatcher. A prolific and greatly admired arts journalist, she has also produced short stories, original dramas and factual literature. A former Booker Prize judge, Joan Bakewell is also a Governer of the British Film Institute, a director of the National Theatre and an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Art.

Joan Bakewell was born in Stockport, Manchester and is married to film and television producer Jack Emery.

Festival Critic: An Audience with Joan Bakewell


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