Cambridge Literary Festival

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Every Spring and Winter, Cambridge Literary Festival takes place in venues around the city centre, engaging with the newest fiction, cutting edge commentary and science, children's events and lots more. This year, the festival will run from 5-14 April 2016. Events require booking, and all student tickets are £6. Highlights include:

  • 07 April - Louis de Bernieres - Author of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin and The Dust that Falls from Dreams dicusses his life and work.
  • 09 April - Akala - Hip-Hop Shakespeare demonstrates the similarities between hip-hop and the work of the much-loved bard.
  • 09 April - Irvine Welsh - Author of Trainspotting discusses his new novel, The Blade Artist.
  • 10 April - Charlotte Harman - Biographer of Charlotte Brontë: A Life.
  • 10 April - Faber New Poets -  Showcasing the talents of new poets: Elaine Beckett, Crispin Best, Sam Buchan-Watts and Rachel Curzon.
  • 10 April - Simon Callow - discusses Orson Welles: One Man Band, the third volume of this epic biography.

There are more events listed on the full schedule.

Date posted: 

Monday 7 March 2016

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