LitFest Elevenses is Chester Literature Festival’s morning session.

It’s a chance for Chester to dip a toe into the literary waters each day in Storyhouse’s Kitchen and listen to a short reading from a local author, poet or storyteller to start the Literature Festival day.

Line up:

Saturday 9 – Kelly Cowley
Monday 11 – Cath Holland
Tuesday 12 – Nikki Bennet
Wednesday 13 – Stewart
Thursday 14 – Vicky Turrell
Friday 15 – Die Booth
Saturday 16 – Bjorn Ephgrave
Sunday 17 – Fi Phillips
Monday 18 – Rod Cox
Tuesday 19 – Robert Howe
Wednesday 20 – Cath Holland
Thursday 21 – Sharon Capper
Friday 22 – Joseph Roberts
Saturday 23 – Andy Hutchings
Sunday 24 – KC Finn
Monday 25 – Caroline England
Tuesday 26 – Susan Stout
Wednesday 27 – Mary Compton-Rickett
Thursday 28 – Susan Dean
Friday 29 – Ruth Elliot Smith
Saturday 30 – Antony Heaword


Approx 20 mins

Time details

Daily, Sat 9 - Sat 30 Nov (exc. Sun 10 Nov)
Mon 11 Nov (Remembrance Sunday): 11.15am

Upcoming events

Tuesday 19 November 11am The Kitchen
Wednesday 20 November 11am The Kitchen
Thursday 21 November 11am The Kitchen
Friday 22 November 11am The Kitchen
Saturday 23 November 11am The Kitchen
Sunday 24 November 11am The Kitchen
Monday 25 November 11am The Kitchen
Tuesday 26 November 11am The Kitchen
Wednesday 27 November 11am The Kitchen
Thursday 28 November 11am The Kitchen
Friday 29 November 11am The Kitchen
Saturday 30 November 11am The Kitchen

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