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Bi-Monthly, Thursdays 10am - 12pm

Chester Humanists Out Loud

Event details

Join us for a morning of stimulating conversation. This informal and friendly group meets twice a month to listen to an extract, short story or poem which is read aloud. Frequent pauses in the reading give us the opportunity to chat about what we’ve imagined/thought of/felt as we’ve listened. We also take a break for tea or coffee. Amanda, who leads the sessions, will read aloud and provide the texts. No one else need read aloud unless they so wish. It’s an enjoyable way to meet people and explore some great writing.

For more information contact: amanda.brown@humanistbranches.uk.

“Literature can be a form of ‘doing philosophy.’ It’s a form of ethical exploration, partly by seeing things through very different points of view and insights.” Julian Baggini, philosopher and patron of Humanists UK.

Duration
10am - 12pm
Prices

Free (drop in)

Venue: Meeting Room

Chester Humanists Out Loud

Bi-Monthly, Thursdays 10am - 12pm
Thursday 14 March
10am
Free
Thursday 28 March
10am
Free
Thursday 11 April
10am
Free
Thursday 25 April
10am
Free
Thursday 9 May
10am
Free
Thursday 23 May
10am
Free
Thursday 13 June
10am
Free
Thursday 27 June
10am
Free