Festival Finale Poetry Party

Part of the Literature Festival Running from
Last event: Saturday 30 November 2019 at 8.30pm
  • £20 (each ticket is subject to a £1.50 booking fee)

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  • Garret Theatre

See off Chester Literature Festival in style with the Finale Party. Join us for a relaxed, fun evening of poetry, songs and readings to make you laugh, cry and leave with a full heart and a happy soul.


Molly Naylor is a writer and performer who works across a range of mediums. She is the co-writer and creator of Sky One comedy After Hours. Theatre credits include Whenever I Get Blown Up I Think Of You (writer/performer), My Robot Heart (writer/performer) and LIGHTS! PLANETS! PEOPLE! (writer/director). She has been commissioned by a range of organisations including BBC Radio 4, The RSC and the BFI. Her debut poetry collection Badminton is published by Burning Eye. She is the co-director of sell-out storytelling night True Stories Live.

Gavin Osborn is an acoustic singer-songwriter. He has written for and performed on BBC Radio 4 and Resonance FM. He has done gigs with poet-songwriter-comedian John Hegley and toured the UK and Australia. He’s a regular contributor to Robin Ince’s School For Gifted Children and the annual 9 Lessons & Carols For Godless People, as part of which he ended 2008 at a sold out Hammersmith Apollo alongside Jarvis Cocker, Malcolm Middleton and comedians Stewart Lee and Ricky Gervais. He’s written and performed story shows with the award-winning Daniel Kitson at Regents Park Open Air Theatre and done a run of shows at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Duration

Approx 90 mins

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