The Humber Mouth - Hull Literature Festival 2000 - Thursday 9th November - Sunday 19th November 2000

Sunday 12th November From 10.00am until 4.00pm Ye Olde White Harte Pub, Silver Street
£3 (Conc £2) to pay on the door
The Humber Mouth
Writing Workshop
with the Mutiny Writers

Members of Hull's Mutiny Writers invite you to an all day informal writing workshop in the attic room* of one of Hull's oldest pubs. Work alone or in small groups, not forgetting the occasional trip downstairs to the bar. Please book your place in advance. The ticket price includes a light buffet lunch. For bookings or enquiries ring (01482) 445548 or (01482) 798807.

Listen to new work by the members of the Mutiny Writers (or bring along and read your own poems) on Thursday 16th Nov 7.30pm at the Take 5 Cafe.

*Please note that the upstairs room used for the workshop is not accessible for wheelchair users.

Sunday 12th November 8.00pm Hull Truck Theatre
£10 (Conc £8) - Box Office (01482) 323638

Keith Waithe & The Macusi Players featuring Helen Macdonald

Keith Waithe Guyana born flautist Keith Waithe is one of the most innovative and exciting talents in the world. Sometimes described as 'the poet of the flute', he works alongside the major figures of Carribean Literature on TV, Radio and Stage. His music explores an original fusion of jazz and classical, African, Carribean, Asian and Western. The sensational actress, poet and vocalist Helen MacDonald provides the sensuous vocals.

"Keith and his Macusi Players can certainly blow down the walls..." Straight No Chaser

This concert is produced by J-Night for The Humber Mouth. Further J-Night concert dates in this second series are Dec 10th and Feb 18 - see Hull Truck's brochure for details.

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