Wordpool Festival Day!

Thursday 30th March is a very busy day for the Wordpool Festival! A fabulous vintage Blackpool bus will transport you between venues on this roving author tour.

The events begin at Palatine Library with a talk by Young Adult author Alice Broadway talking about her writing journey of her first novel ‘Ink’. Tickets are £3.00, under 18’s go free and refreshments are included.

Then it’s a light lunch at Layton Library with 2 authors. Kit De Waal and G X Todd have both achieved great success with their very different debut novels. They will be in conversation with former librarian Lynne Scarles and tickets are £5 which includes lunch.

Then it’s off to Moor Park Library for an afternoons entertainment with Susan Lewis. She will be talking about her very successful writing career and her best-selling novels with Elizabeth Gomm. Tickets are £5 and include Cream Tea!

To finish off an amazing day Central Library will be hosting a Queens of Noir event with Julia Crouch, Sarah Ward and Mandasue Heller who know how to create thrilling page turners! Followed by a fantastic finale, Primetime event with bestselling authors MJ Arlidge and Ben Aaronovitch. Tickets for each event are £6 but you can have access to both events for £10 which includes a hotpot supper!

If you are interested in all these events Wordpool is offering a Rover Ticket for £20 that gives you access to the hop-on hop-off vintage bus, tickets for the events and the refreshments and food at the venues. Tickets for each event or the Rover Ticket can be purchased at your local library or online at Eventbrite.

 

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