Beverley Literature Festival drew to a triumphant close this year, when over 350 people flocked to the town’s iconic Minster to hear Baroness Shirley Williams
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Last Wednesday’s Festival launch with John Godber has paved the way for a Festival that is seeing large audiences enjoying great speakers
Acclaimed playwright John Godber has premiered his latest production at the launch of the Beverley Literature Festiv
The Beverley Ukulele Group is to join forces with former musician from The Housemartins Stan Cullimore to give this year’s Beverley Literature Festival a musical twist.
Excitement is building in the town as the final preparations are underway for this year’s Beverley Literature Festival. Now in its 12th year, this year’s festival promises to be the biggest and best yet.
Have you ever wondered how crime novels match up to the grim reality of criminal investigations? Crime writer and former journalist David Mark will be discussing just this
Adventure stories, songs, tricks and the tale of ‘Jack and the FlumFlum Tree’ will be bringing Beverley Library and the Treasure House alive as part of Beverley Literature Festival’s exciting children’s programme.
Described as ‘The greatest story-teller of his generation’ by Norway’s leading newspaper, Aftenposten, Tore Renberg is the author of several novels
There is plenty on offer for younger writers at this year’s Beverley Literature Festival with some great writing workshops for teenagers and young people.
The Beverley Building Society is always keen to be part of events taking place in and around Beverley – it’s been involving itself in Beverley life since 1866.
Renowned Beverley born artist Fred Elwell is the subject of a new book which is to be launched at Beverley Art Gallery.
She’s fearless, frank and outspoken – and she’s heading to Beverley Literature Festival. Kathy Lette will be appearing at Beverley Literature Festival on Friday, 3 October, 7.30pm – 8.30pm at Toll Gavel United Church.
Beverley Literature Festival begins in just over two weeks and this year the festival showcases literary delicacies to suit every possible taste – from fiction, politics, biography,
Stan Cullimore started life in one of Hull’s finest exports – The Housemartins. He then became a children’s author with over 120 books published in over 32 countries.
Tickets are now on sale for the Beverley Literature Festival 2014, which will be back in October for the 12th year running, showcasing crime, romance, food, politics, history