Event Type: Festival
Speaking in Turn

DATE:
Tue 29 August

TIME:
7:30PM

PRICE:
£8

 

John writers Philip Hutton and Anita John for a relaxed evening swopping poems and prose, and exchanging their thoughts about how they approach their work and where they find their inspiration.  With a musical interlude from Colin Hall on saxophone.

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