Hull Literature Festival 2004 
 the humber mouth  19th June - 4th July 2004

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Thursday 1st July
Friday 2nd July
Saturday 3rd July
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Exhibitions & other Projects


{Wednesday23rd June}

Wednesday 23rd June - 8pm
Lamp, Norfolk Street

Simon Crump:
My Elvis Blackout

Free 01482 326131

�A brilliant book. Twisted, disturbing and very, very funny� - Dan Rhodes

�Deliciously obscene and darkly comic ... like Quentin Tarantino on acid. Extraordinary� -The Times

�A deeply perverse set of ideas from an obviously troubled personality. I loved it� -Todd McEwen

Simon Crump is one of the UK's most intriguing, brilliant and foul mouthed new writers.
If you haven't yet caught up with My Elvis Blackout, Monkey's Birthday and Twilight Time, catch Simon's extraordinary diatribe live at the Lamp. Truly filthy and truly funny, Simon Crump lives in Sheffield and is an internationally exhibited artist as well as a writer and journalist.

He used to lecture at the Hull School of Art until they sacked him. He is banned from the Beatrix Potter archive. He is not for the easily offended.

Blood. Swearing. Elvis. It doesn�t get any better than this.

Wednesday 23rd June - 7.30pm
George Hotel, Land of Green Ginger

The Inside-Out Show

Following the enormous success of The Upside Down Show, an evening of literary pranks, surprises, games and some shouting. Philip Wincolmlee Barnes, Tony Petch, Andy Fletcher, John Robinson and others guarantee to entertain and challenge in equal measure. Great fun, and great beer.

Wednesday 23rd June � Thursday 1st July
Various venues

A Tale of Tihany

Hull Community Theatre presents A Tale of Tihany, a play for children loosely based on Hungarian folklore, a story of greed, power and mischiefmaking with witches, spirits, princesses and supernatural forces. Suitable for children aged 8 to 12.

Public performances:
Ings Library Wednesday 23rd June 6.30 � 8pm
Goodwin Resource Centre Friday 25th June 6.30 � 8pm
The Learning Zone, The Stadium Thursday 1st July 6.30 � 8pm

The performances are free but numbers are limited. To book tickets please telephone Ings Library on (01482) 331250 and the Learning Zone on (01482) 381948.
Performances may also take place in selected schools and other venues.

General Enquiries:
City Information Service
at Hull Central Library
Tel: 01482 223344
E-mail: [email protected]

Hull City Arts