Hull Literature Festival 2001 8th - 18th November
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The Humber Mouth 2001 at Hull Libraries
For Children & Families

Friday Nov 9th 4.00pm - 5.00pm FREE
The Childrens Library, Hull Central Library
For more info ring (01482) 210099

'Double Talk'
with Bernard Young & Trevor Millum

Performance poets Trevor Millum and Bernard Young will be holding workshops for local school children throughout the day, culminating in a performance including poems from their well-known book 'Double Talk', and poems produced by the children in the workshops.

'Double Talk' has been published this autumn by Kingston Press and will be on sale at the performance.

Stealer of Stories Saturday Nov 10th 10.00am - 11.15am
Fred Moore Library, Wold Rd (01482) 331239
Saturday Nov 10th 2.00pm - 3.15pm
Bransholme Library, Goodhart Rd (01482) 331234
Wednesday Nov 14th 6.30pm - 7.45pm
Ings Library, Savoy Rd (01482) 331250
Thursday Nov 15th 6.30pm - 7.45pm
Greenwood Avenue Library (01482) 331257
Monday Nov 19th 6.30pm - 7.45pm
The Childrens Library, Hull Central, Albion St (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.

For FREE tickets ring the above venues or the Central Library (01482) 210099

Saturday Nov 10th 4.30pm FREE
The Childrens Library, Hull Central Library
For more info ring (01482) 210099

'Hairy Tales'
Halloween Special for children aged 7+

Hairy Tales with Carol Coiffait

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

Local poet 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!

Tuesday Nov 13th 3.30pm - 7.30pm FREE
Avenues Library, Chanterlands Avenue
For more info ring (01482) 445912
Thursday Nov 15th 3.30pm - 7.30pm FREE
Ings Library, Savoy Road
For more info ring (01482) 331250

Warhammer Roadshow

Warhammer Roadshow
for young people aged 11 and over

Come along 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.

Throughout the festival
All Hull City Libraries

Random Stories
CD-Rom Storytelling by Paul Slater

Made with the help of children who attend the Children's Library, 'Random Stories' involves the creation of a computer based video storytelling presentation, where the user is encouraged to choose the direction of the story. 'Random Stories' will be installed in libraries throughout Hull during the festival and is aimed at under 12's.

From Nov 8th during library opening hours
The Childrens Library, Hull Central, Albion St
Ring (01482) 210099

'The Poetree' & 'Fire-Words'

'The Poetree' & 'Fire-Words'

Come and see what's growing in the Poetree. Add a poem of your own and help it bloom throughout the festival.

Or why not watch the Fire-Words - see Catherine Wheels whizzing, Rockets zoom, Roman Candles fizz and boom!

Two exciting new displays at the Children's Library, created by Jayne Cooper from an idea by Graham Denton.

Under 5's Storytimes this November

Kingswood Library
(01482) 331275
Tuesday Nov 6th, 2.00 - 2.45pm
Children's Library, Hull Central
(01482) 210099
Friday Nov 9th,
Friday Nov 16th,
10.00am - 10.45am
10.00am - 10.45am
Ings Library
(01482) 331250
Friday Nov 9th, 10.00am - 10.45am
Greenwood Avenue Library
(01482) 331257
Monday Nov 12th,
Monday Nov 19th,
1.45pm - 2.30pm
1.45pm - 2.30pm