Monday, 24 September 2012

Manchester Literature Festival, 8–23 October

A typically packed and dizzyingly varied roster once again from this year’s Lit Fest. Manchester is book capital for the duration of this autumn city festival. Coupled with the annual boost in the concert calendar, you might find you’re out and about in the next few weeks more often than you were in the drizzly summer.

My top picks this year are these:

city-pick Manchester
Tuesday 9th October, 5.30pm
Manchester Town Hall, Banqueting Room

Iain M Banks
The Hydrogen Sonata
Thursday 11th October, 7pm
International Anthony Burgess Foundation

Pat Barker
Sunday 14th October, 6pm
IWM North

Kei Miller
Sunday 14th October, 2pm
Whitworth Art Gallery

Simon Armitage
Walking Home
Tuesday 16th October, 7pm
International Anthony Burgess Foundation

Is the Editor Dead?
Lee Brackstone, Peter Hartey, John Mitchinson, Michael Schmidt & Erica Wagner
Wednesday 17th October, 6pm
International Anthony Burgess Foundation

Fifty Years of A Clockwork Orange
with Dominic Sandbrook
Thursday 18th October, 7pm
International Anthony Burgess Foundation

Blog North Awards and The Turing Text
And the Turing Text
Wednesday 17th October, 7.30pm
The Deaf Institute

Manchester Poetry Prize Gala
Ian Duhig, Frances Leviston & Adam O’Riordan
Friday 19th October, 7.30pm
Baronial Hall, Chetham’s School of Music

Sex and the Cities
Anjali Joseph, Grażyna Plebanek & Noémi Szécsi
Friday 19th October, 7.30pm
International Anthony Burgess Foundation

1 comment:

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