Last year, Spectrum performed their play about Autism. This year, the festival hosts the premiere of their new piece about gender stereotyping and the way it impacts, with the help of social media, on us all and teenagers in particular.
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Come along and hear the winning entries from our Living on the Edge poetry competition and share your own poems in our open mic night at Café #9.
Famous for her novel A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian, Marina will talk about her latest novel The Lubetkin Legacy, our Festival Book.
Danuta Kot, our guest speaker last year, will discuss her new novel Life Ruins.
Bookstall by Rhyme and Reason.
A creative writing workshop led by poet and creative writing lecturer John Turner linked to the poetry competition (see Offers and Competitions) Living on the Edge.
Come and write poems with support and encouragement from John – no experience necessary!
Directed by Nether Edge’s Richard Heap, this is a throwback to the classic children’s adventure film with a modern aesthetic. Three children and two donkeys run away across North Yorkshire, confronting the harsh landscape and what it means to be siblings. With Mark Addy, Tara Fitzgerald and Molly Windsor.
Tickets available here
Then please get in touch and let us know. We are always looking to work with people so the festival can grow in success and popularity each year.
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