Hull Literature Festival - Humber Mouth 2007

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Festival Information

Festival Office

City Arts Unit, Central Library,
Kingston upon Hull, HU1 3TF
Telephone (01482) 616961
Fax (01482) 616827

Festival Director:
Maggie Hannan
Literature Outreach &: Development Co-ordinator
Email: [email protected]

Festival Assistant: Colin Hurst
Festival Assistant (press): Charlotte Bozic

Design: Human Design
Cover Images: Sarah Jane Daniels

Festival E-mail:

[email protected]

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Tel. 01482 616961

Press Enquiries

Hull City Council Press Office
01482 613150

General Enquiries

City Information Service at Hull Central Library
01482 223344

Festival Web-site:

Festival Blog

This year the Humber Mouth will be blogging at

Visit the online diary to read the inside story of what really happens during a literature festival, and find links, opinions, photos and rants.

Festival-goers are invited to comment on any aspect of the festival and submit online reviews and their own diary entries.

Accessible directly at the above URL or through the official website at


Thanks to everyone involved in this year's festival, expecially colleagues at Hull City Council, Hull Libraries Service, Hull Screen and Hull Truck Theatre. Special thanks to Graham Scott at Human Design and Sarah Jane Daniels, Hash and Emma at Zest, Sam and Steve at Pave, Christine Brady and to Paul, Glynis, Sam, Rita and Ruth at the Arts Unit, special thanks also to Chris Nicole and Jason Gould at the HCC web team for their continuing help and support.

For text and/or email notification of Humber Mouth and other arts events and early information about any programme alterations visit

Festival Programme

Adobe PDF document

Humber Mouth Festival Guide
Adobe Acrobat Document


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Hull City Centre - Map and Guide

Adobe PDF document Hull City Centre - map and guide
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Every effort has been made to ensure that festival venues are accessible for wheelchair users. If you have any specific requirements please let the venues or the festival office know.

This programme is also available on audio-tape, in large print or in braille on request. Contact the festival office or the City Information Service.

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