Hull Literature Festival 2001 8th - 18th November
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{Saturday 10th November}


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10.00am - 11.15am FREE
Fred Moore Library, Wold Road, (01482) 331239

2.00pm - 3.15pm
Bransholme Library, Goodhart Road, (01482) 331234
For free ticket ring the above venues or the Central Library (01482) 210099

 

Hull Community Theatre presents:
'The Stealer of Stories'
for children aged 7 and over

What happens if a nasty character steals all the stories? A five part play based on traditional folk tales, including heroes, princesses, dragons, wicked stepmothers and many other fairytale characters.



Saturday 10th November

From 10.00am to 4.00pm £2.50 (Conc £1.50)
Function Room at the Sailmakers Arms Pub, High Street
Pay on the door or book in advance through the Festival Office (01482) 616876

The Humber Mouth
Mutiny Workshop
With John Robinson and Tony Petch

This workshop is run by members of the Mutiny Writers for people of all ages and abilities. Anyone who would like to try their hand at being a writer or poet is welcome. Tutors will provide exercises, activities, feedback and ideas so the words you put on paper say what you want them to say. Free buffet lunch is included.


Saturday 10th November

2pm - 4.00pm FREE OF CHARGE
Writing Workshop - St.Mary's Church, Lowgate
To book ring the Festival Office (01482) 616876
or e-mail: [email protected]

'Missing People'
Writing Workshop with John Clarke

How do we find the right words to share our memories without compromising them? Join writer John Clarke to explore your feelings towards loss and memories. Missing People is in conjunction with the 'Sacred Text' installation, a large cobweb of blood-red string and words woven around the churchyard of St.Mary's in the old town of Hull (see: Installation & Exhibitions)

There is another opportunity to join John Clarke in a workshop at St.Mary's Church on Saturday 17th November at the same time.


Saturday 10th November

4.30pm FREE
Stories for Kids at the Childrens Library, Hull Central Library
For more information ring the Childrens Library (01482) 210099

'Hairy Tales'
Halloween Special for children aged 7+

Do you believe in fairy Tales? Then this is just for you………..
We've got the hairiest, scariest tales. And every one is true!

Carol Coiffait gives a reading of some of her favourite 'hairy tales' - poems and stories to make your hair stand up on end . Come along if you dare but take part at your peril!

Carol has worked with children for the past 30 years. She is a regular reader at the festival and has work published in many poetry anthologies.


Saturday 10th November

8.00pm £5 (*Conc £3)
1st Floor, Hull Central Library
Box Office 01482 327600 City Information
*Concessionary ticket price for this event also applies to members of the Writers Guild of Great Britain

Pen to Page:
'The Never-Ending Story'
- Writing for TV Soaps

Ken Blakeson, Gary Brown & Marvin Close have between them written over 400 episodes of Eastenders, Brookside, Emmerdale, Coronation St, and the resurrected Crossroads.

How do they keep us hooked from week to week? How do ratings affect the story? What's the best way to bump off a character? Amusing, informative, this lively talk and audience discussion offers an insider's perspective on the process, perils and pleasures of writing TV soaps.

The first in the 'Pen to Page' series with the Writers Guild of Great Britain for The Humber Mouth.
Coming up: Jimmy McGovern at Hull Truck (Thursday 15th Nov) and David Nobbs 'Writing Comedy' at Hull Central (Friday 16th Nov).
'Pen to Page' is presented by Hull playwright and Deputy Chair of the Writers Guild - Rupert Creed.

     

Saturday 10th November

8.00pm £2
Hayworth Arms Pub, Cottingham Road
Tickets on the door

'Closing Time' by Peter Hughes

"I had a vindaloo to celebrate moving out. I thought if I can move out, I can handle a vindaloo."

Come and tumble through a few pages of the protagonist's existence in bedsit land - more a riot than a rite of passage! This celebration of life is sure to leave your glass more than half full. A tribute to the Hull author whose novel was recently published by AuthorsOnline.

Selected extracts read by Peter Lewin and Trevor Hughes. Also featuring the music of various artists, arranged and performed by Matthew Hogg.


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