Hull Literature Festival 2001 8th - 18th November
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{Festival Diary 2001}


Preview Events | Thursday 8th | Friday 9th | Saturday 10th | Sunday 11th | Monday 12th | Tuesday 13th
Wednesday 14th | Thursday 15th | Friday 16th | Saturday 17th | Sunday 18th | Post Festival

    Event Venue Time Information
  Previews Previews
Thursday 25th October Wrecking Ball Fringe Festival Galway Kinnell Sailmakers Arms 8.00pm Tickets on the door
Friday 26th October Wrecking Ball Fringe Festival Dan Fante Sailmakers Arms 8.00pm Tickets on the door
Sunday 28th October New African Writing African Visions: Zakes Mda, Ivan Vladislavic, Helon Habila with Ama Ato Aidoo Hull Truck 8.00pm Box Office 323638
Wednesday 7th November Literary Luncheon Terry Waite & Henry Blofeld Quality Royal Hotel 12 noon for 12.30pm Tickets 325413 (Browns Books)
NOVEMBER Thursday 8th Thursday 8th
100 Years of Hull Central   Valerie Wood & the Hull Playgoers Soc. Hull Central Library 7.30pm Tickets 223344 (City Information)
Film African Visions ‘Odes to Filth’ & Xala’ Hull Screen 7.30pm Box Office 327600
Music Night   Amy Rigby The Bull Hotel 8.00pm Tickets on the door
Wrecking Ball Fringe Festival   John Robinson, Dai Parson & Dean Wilson Sailmakers Arms 8.00pm Tickets on the door
  Friday 9th Friday 9th
Film Matinee ‘Speakinhull’ followed by main feature: ‘‘The Heart of the Matter’ Hull Screen 2.00pm Box Office 327600
Workshop & performance For children & families Bernard Young & Trevor Millum Childrens Library, Hull Central 4.00pm – 5.00pm FREE For info ring 210099
Dance   Leap Dance: 'I Love you Brad' Live Art Space, Ferens 7.30pm Box Office 327600 City Information
Wrecking Ball Fringe Festival   Clare Pollard & Antony Dunn Sailmakers Arms 8.00pm Tickets on the door
  Saturday 10th Saturday 10th
Play For children (7+) 'The Stealer of Stories' Fred Moore Library 10.00am - 11.15am FREE entry by ticket
Ring 331239
Play For children (7+) 'The Stealer of Stories' Bransholme Library 2.00pm - 3.15pm FREE entry by ticket
Ring 331234
Writing Workshop   Mutiny Workshops Sailmakers Arms 10.00am - 4.00pm Tickets on the door
Writing Workshop   'Missing People' St.Mary's Church 2.00pm - 4.00pm FREE. Ring Festival Office to book 616876
Poetry for Halloween For children (7+) 'Hairy Tales'
with Carol Coiffait
Children Library, Hull Central 4.30pm FREE
For info ring 210099
Writers Guild Talk Pen to Page TV Soaps with Ken Blakeson, Gary Brown & Marvin Close Central Library 8.00pm Box Office 327600
City Information
Reading/Music   'Closing Time'
by Peter Hughes
Hayworth Arms 8.00pm Tickets on the door
  Sunday 11th Sunday 11th
Poetry& Music   ‘Fusion’ Hull Screen, HCL 8.00pm Box Office 327600
World Music (J-Night) African Visions The African All-Stars with Lucky Ranku Hull Truck 8.00pm Box Office 323638
  Monday 12th Monday 12th
Launch Event   ‘Silent Scream’ Hull Screen 7.30pm FREE
Play – Script in hand   'Jarry' by Mike Carter Hull Truck 8.00pm Box Office 323638
Wrecking Ball Fringe Festival   Fred Voss & Joan Jobe Smith Sailmakers Arms 8.00pm Tickets on the door
  Tuesday 13th Tuesday 13th
Talk   'Libraries of Hull' Hull Screen 12.30 - 1.30pm FREE
Games From age 11 ‘Warhammer’ Roadshow Avenues Library 3.30pm - 7.30pm FREE
Ring 445912
Film ‘Speakinhull’ ‘followed by main feature: African Visions:
‘The Golden Ball’
Hull Screen 7.30pm Box Office 327600
Poetry/Music   The Mutiny Reading Sailmakers Arms 8.00pm Tickets on the door
An evening with…   Kate Adie Hull Truck 8.00pm Box Office 323638
  Wednesday 14th Wednesday 14th
Play For children (7+) 'The Stealer of Stories' Ings Library 6.30pm - 7.45pm FREE entry by ticket
Ring 331250
Play & Talk   'Dan Billany' - Hull's lost Hero Wyke College 7.00pm Tickets 346347 Wyke College
Film ‘Speakinhull’ ‘followed by main feature: African Visions: ‘The Golden Ball’ Hull Screen 7.30pm Box Office 327600
‘A Fine Excess’ Poetry Tour Poetry Book Society Sean O'Brien & Michael Donaghy with Peter Didsbury & Sujata Bhatt Hull Truck 8.00pm Box Office 323638
  Thursday 15th Thursday 15th
Games From age 11 ‘Warhammer’ Roadshow Ings Library 3.30pm - 7.30pm FREE Ring 331250
Play For children (7+) 'The Stealer of Stories' Greenwood Avenue Library 6.30pm - 7.45pm FREE entry by ticket Ring 331257
Play & Talk   'Dan Billany' - Hull's lost Hero Wyke College 7.00pm Tickets 346347 Wyke College
Film African Visions ‘Yeelen’ Hull Screen 7.30pm Box Office 327600
Writers Guild Talk Pen to Page Jimmy McGovern Hull Truck 8.00pm Box Office 323638
  Friday 16th Friday 16th
Film Matinee ‘Speakinhull’ followed by main feature: ‘Our Man in Havanna’ Hull Screen 2.00pm Box Office 327600
Reading/Signing   Anthony Thwaite Waterstones 7.30pm FREE
Film ‘Speakinhull’ followed by main feature: African Visions: ‘The Season of Men’ Hull Screen 7.30pm Box Office 327600
Live Performance/ Sound Installation   PHORM A – Soundscape RED Gallery 7.30pm FREE
Wrecking Ball Poetry Fringe   Brendan Cleary, Geoff Hattersley & Peter Knaggs Sailmakers Arms 8.00pm Tickets on the door
Writers Guild Talk Pen to Page David Nobbs Central Library 8.00pm Box Office 327600 City Information
Play   Linda Marlowe 'Diatribe of Love' Hull Truck 8.00pm Box Office 323638
  Saturday 17th Saturday 17th
Writing Workshop   'Missing People' with John Clarke St.Mary's Church 2.00pm - 4.00pm FREE. Ring Festival Office to book 616876
Writing Workshop Children aged 8+ (families & friends) ‘Word Power’ with Julie Ward Ferens Art Gallery 2.30pm – 5.00pm Ring 617821 to book (Mo-Fri, 9-5pm)
Writing Workshop Mslexia Roadshow For women With Margaret Wilkinson Hull Central Library 2.30pm – 4.30pm FREE, but booking is essential. Ring 616876 (Festival Office)
Reading & Discussion Mslexia Roadshow Anne Fine Central Library 5.00pm Reading 6.00pm Discussion Tickets 327600 (City Information)
Multi-media performance   ‘Urban Eyes’ by Credo St.Columba’s Church, East Hull 7.30pm Tickets: Wesley Owen Bookshop (Wright St), tel 0958 311102, or on the door
Film ‘Speakinhull’ followed by main feature: African Visions: ‘The Season of Men’ Hull Screen 7.30pm Box Office 327600
Blues & Roots   Later with… King Rollo Hull Truck 8.00pm Box Office 323638
  Sunday 18th Sunday 18th
An evening with…   John Godber & Alan Ayckbourn Hull Truck 8.00pm Box Office 323638
  Monday 19th Monday 19th
Play For children (7+) 'Stealer of Stories' Childrens Library, Hull Central 6.30pm - 7.45pm FREE entry by ticket Ring 210099