We need your voices for Chester Literature Festival!

Coming up at Chester Literature Festival this November are a series of opportunities for writers, storytellers, poets and spoken word artists.

Your Voices: Celebrating Local Writers
Sunday 24 November, 8pm

Your Voices will be a celebration of established local talent, with readings and performances from five of our area’s finest wordsmiths.
To find out more or if you would like to be considered to take part, please head here.

Four O’Clock Story
4pm each day during the Literature Festival

Each afternoon during the Literature Festival, a Four O’Clock Story will be a chance for families to pull up a beanbag and listen to a wide variety of storytellers and tales, with a different storyteller each day.
If you would like to be a storyteller, please head here.

LitFest Elevenses
11am each day during the Literature Festival

LitFest Elevenses is Chester Literature Festival’s morning session, with a short reading from a local author, poet or storyteller to start the Literature Festival day.
If you would like to read at the Elevenses, please head here.

Find out more about Chester Literature Festival here.

 

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