6 July
11:00 am
The Cleary Hall, Landmark Centre

Poetry Readings

Hosted and curated by Jacob Sam-La Rose, poets working at the forefront of contemporary poetry perform their work across the day.
6 July
3:00 pm
Linden Hall Studio

Poetry and Music 1

Poetry readings framed with musical interludes.
6 July
5:00 pm
Linden Hall Studio

Poetry and Music 2

Performance poetry by Jacob Sam-La Rose interwoven with arrangements of Bach’s Goldberg Variations for viola and cello, as well as contemporary music.
6 July
7:00 pm
The Cleary Hall, Landmark Centre

Open Mic Poetry Night

Come along and discover the wealth of local talent as poets share their work.
7 July
4:30 pm
The Astor Theatre

Jane Glover – Mozart in Italy

In a new biography, the distinguished conductor and writer Jane Glover travels with Mozart on his three journeys to Italy.
9 July
5:00 pm
The Astor Theatre

The Quest for Arthur

Lord Gawain Douglas, poet and musician, suggests that while the once and future king may have been a warrior chief who fought against Saxon invaders, in Arthur's case myth is mightier than fact.
10 July
4:00 pm
The Astor Theatre

Mary Tudor, Queen of Sorrows

Historian and novelist Alison Weir has made the Tudors her own. Now she takes up the story of Mary, only child of Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon.