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

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Preview Events
Saturday 12th June Anne Fine
Distinguished Guest Lecture: Philip Larkin, A Personal View
The Talbot Suite,
Willerby Manor Hotel
2.30pm   Contact: John Osborne, School of American Studies, Hull University
Saturday 12th June Philip Larkin and Photography Official Opening The Exhibition Area
Brynmor Jones Library
University of Hull
5.00pm   Contact: John Osborne, School of American Studies, Hull University
Thursday 17th June Lion Mountain: African Music and Dance Parks School 2pm Free  
Humbermouth 2004
Saturday 19th June Mixing and Scratching: the contemporary classical voice meets street BCAE (Bransholme Community Arts Enterprise)
Dorchester Primary School
Dorchester Road
Bransholme
Workshops:
10am - 1pm & 2pm -4pm
Performance:
4pm-5pm
Free 01482 821053 for information
Saturday 19th June Travel Writing Workshop Central Library
Albion Street
11 am - 5 pm Free 01482 616961 Booking essential
Saturday 19th June Building Cultural Bridges: Drumming Workshop
Kahijah Ibrahim, Oluseyi Ogunjobi and Fosuwa Andoh
EICH Gallery
Derek Crothall Building
University of Lincoln Hull Campus
George Street
3.00-5.00pm
6.30-9.00pm
Free 07930 173324
Sunday 20th June Mixing and Scratching: the contemporary classical voice meets street The Annexe
Hull Time Based Arts Ltd
42 High Street
5pm-6pm Free 01482 216446
Monday 21st June Writing Frames: workshop La Loggia
Ferens Art Gallery
7.30pm - 9.00pm   01482 616961 Booking essential
Monday 21st June Geoff Dyer: Yoga for People Who Can't Be Bothered To Do ItPave 7.00pm Free 01482 333181
Tuesday 22nd June Migrant Voices Banner Theatre
Local Voices: Warren Young Peoples Theatre Group
The Warren Centre 47-49 Queen's Dock Avenue 7pm Free 01482 218115 (Chris Smith)
Tuesday 22nd June to Thursday 24th June BLOCKHEADS: New Writing FestivalHull Truck Theatre, Spring Street 7.30pm £3.50 Box Office 01482 323638
www.hulltruck.co.uk *
Tuesday 22nd June Nothing Happens Here! Haworth Arms
Cottingham Road
8pm Free  
Wednesday 23rd June - Thursday 1st July A Tale of Tihany Various venues      
Wednesday 23rd June Simon Crump: My Elvis BlackoutLamp Norfolk Street 8pm Free 01482 326131
Wednesday 23rd June The Inside-Out Show George Hotel Land of Green Ginger 7.30pm Free  
Thursday 24th June Puppetry and Poetry Preston Road Library 10am - 11am Free 01482 376266
Thursday 24th June Robert Edric: Siren SongHull Central Library
Albion Street
8pm Free: book in advance 01482 223344
Friday 25th June The French Connection:
celebrating Music Concrete with the Electro-Accoustic Ensemble
Ferens Live Arts Space
Ferens Art Gallery
7.00pm for 7.30pm Free  
Friday 25th June Benedict AllenHull Truck Theatre
Spring Street
7.30pm £5/£4 Box Office 01482 323638
Friday 25th June Valerie Wood, Freda Lightfoot, Linda Acaster:
Romantic Novelists
Hull Central Library
Albion Street
7.30pm Free  
Friday 25th June The Worst Seat in the House:
Dave Windass
Hull Truck Theatre
Spring Street
9.30pm - 10.30pm £4/£3 Box Office 01482 323638
Saturday 26th June - Sunday 27th June Holy Trinity Open Weekend Holy Trinity Church, Hull 12pm - 4pm Saturday
2pm - 4pm Sunday
   
Saturday 26th June two-teburi-koe:
Gisele Bone and Jez Riley
Holy Trinity Church
Market Place
1.00pm - 2.00pm Free  
Saturday 26th June Brian Patten:
Gargling With Jelly
Hull Truck Theatre
Spring Street
2.00pm -3.00pm £5/£3 Box Office 01482 323638
Saturday 26th June Val McDermidHull Central Library
Albion Street
7.00pm Free 01482 223344
Saturday 26th June Straw Dogs: Thoughts on Humans and Other Animals - John Gray Hull Truck Theatre
Spring Street
7.30pm £5/£4 Box Office 01482 323638
Sunday 27th June Tim Hunkin: Illegal EngineeringHull Truck Theatre Spring Street 2.00pm £4/£3 Box Office 01482 323638
Sunday 27th June An Englishman's Home Hull Truck Theatre 8.00pm £4/£3  
Sunday 27th June Lemn Sissay Wyke Sixth Form College 10.30am Sold Out  
Monday 28th June Soulskin: Red Ladder Theatre Co Ferens Live Arts Space
Ferens Art Gallery
6.30pm - 9.00pm Free  
Monday 28th June D.J. Taylor: Orwell: The Life Hull Central Library 7.30pm Free  
Monday 28th June From The Margins of S.W. Holmes Hull Screen Cinema 7.30pm Free www.fromthemargins.co.uk *
Tuesday 29th June Hijinx Theatre: Into My Own New Theatre 2pm £1 Tel
Wednesday 30th June All This Will Be Yours: Jane Rogers, Ray French, Tom Palmer Hull Central Library
Albion Street
7.00pm - 9.00pm Free 01482 616961
Wednesday 30th June A Bastard's Tale Public broadcast:
Ye Olde Black Boy, High St, HU1
7pm Free

Contact: [email protected]
Online broadcast:
www.illegalmedia.org *

Wednesday 30th June Snakebite The Warren 7.30pm Free  
Wednesday 30th June Critical Platform:
Anthony Howell & Sam Rose
Hull School of Media Technology
George St, Hull
6pm £2  
Thursday 1st July Flamenco Workshops    £8/£10  
Thursday 1st July Hull Blokes: Play-Ola! The Tamworth Suite, Dorchester Hotel 7.30pm £2.50 Tickets - (inc programme)
Thursday 1st July This is How it Ends Wyke College 7.30pm £2 Students free
Thursday 1st July Ruth Padel: The Soho Leopard       Phone 01482 616961 for details
Friday 2nd July An Evening with Signe The Sailmaker's Arms 8pm £4/£3  
Friday 2nd July Increpacion Danza: Tablao Hull New Theatre   £12.50/£10 Box Office: 01482 226655
Friday 2nd July Mslexia: Debbie Taylor
In The Best Possible Taste: the subtle art of writing about sex

Women only.
Hull Central Library 7pm - 9pm Free 01482 616961: booking essential
Saturday 3rd July Michael Donaghy, Roy Fisher and live jazz in the Avenues the Avenues 7pm   Telephone 01482 616961 for details
Saturday 3rd July Humber Mouth Family Fun Day Queens Gardens 11am - 4.00pm Free  
Sunday 4th July Independence Day - New York and Kurdistan The Lamp
Norfolk St
7.00pm - Midnight    
Exhibitions & other Projects
June 19th - July 4th Hull 225 Take 5 Café Central Library Albion Street      
19th June - 4th July Full Circle Hull Time Based Arts
High Street
     
Illegal Media: Mute/Record
Zoo & Logical Times [email protected]  
The Book is Always Better Than The Film Special Commission  
Hull Libraries Literary Quiz Hull City Libraries  
Tastes of Africa Stoneferry Primary School  


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Tel: 01482 223344
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