Hull Literature Festival 2001 8th - 18th November
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{Thursday 15th November}

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3.30pm - 7.30pm FREE
Ings Library, Savoy Road
Contact Ings Library on (01482) 331250 for further information

Warhammer Roadshow
for young people aged 11 and over

Come along to Ings Library at any time and join Games Workshop in an action-packed session of tabletop wargaming. Take command and control massive armies of sword wielding warriors and knights on horseback. Paint your own free miniature figure and find out about the new 'Lord of the Rings' game.

Thursday 15th November

6.30pm - 7.45pm FREE
Greenwood Avenue Library, Greenwood Avenue, (01482) 331257
For free ticket ring the above venue 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.

Thursday 15th November

7.00pm �5 (Conc �3.50)
Wyke College, Grammar School Road
Box Office (01482) 346347 Wyke College

Northern Theatre Company presents:
'Dan Billany: Hull's Lost Hero'
The Book and the Play

An insight into the fascinating life of Dan Billany, local hero and internationally acclaimed writer, presented by his biographers and followed by another performance of the play 'HERO' performed by Northern Theatre.

(Repeat showing - see Wednesday 14th for full details)

Thursday 15th November

7.30pm �3.50 (Conc �2.50)
Film at Hull Screen, Hull Central Library
Box Office (01482) 327600

African Visions:
Yeelen (Brightness) ( PG)
Dir: Souleymane Ciss� 1987 (Mali) 105'

An extraordinarily beautiful and mesmerising film adaptation of the West African Bambara people's creation myth told through the story of a young warrior's struggle to depose a corrupt ruling power, resulting in knowledge for all. Winner of the jury prize at the 1987 Cannes festival.

(Programmed for the Humber Mouth 'African Visions' by: Rob Gawthrop The Hull School of Art & Design, University of Lincoln in conjunction with Hull Time Based Arts and the Deep ROOT Festival)

Thursday 15th November

8.00pm �8 (*Conc �5)
Hull Truck Theatre
Box Office (01482) 323638
*Concessionary ticket price for this event also applies to members of the Writers Guild of Great Britain

'Pen to Page':
In conversation with Jimmy McGovern

A rare chance to meet the award winning tv and film writer Jimmy McGovern. Jimmy has created some of the most exciting and original dramas of the past decade including the tv series 'Hearts and Minds', 'The Lakes', and the extraordinary 'Cracker' starring Robbie Coltrane. His films have tackled contemporary subjects - catholicism and gay rights ('Priest'), the Sheffield football tragedy ('Hillsborough'), the struggle of Liverpool's dockworkers ('Dockers') and a soon to be broadcast Channel 4 drama documentary based on the events of Bloody Sunday in Northern Ireland.

Jimmy will be in conversation with local playwright Rupert Creed in this special Writers Guild & Bafta North event.

Still to come in the 'Pen to Page' Writers Guild series of talks: David Nobbs on 'Writing Comedy' at Hull Central (Friday 16th Nov).

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