Category Archives: Readings

Leominster Bookfair

Leominster Festival starts on 2nd June and continues until 11th June with a variety of entertainment, fun, music and family outings. For full details see the website: http://www.leominster-festival.com

The Family Fun Day is on Saturday June 10th on The Grange and includes a Bookfair – a must for all book lovers. There will be books for sale, local authors and publishers to discuss writing and publishing. There will be a Children’s Corner with storytelling and performance.

Come and browse, chat, enjoy the entertainment as you wander around the Grange. While you’re there, explore historic Grange Court, entry free.

I hope to see you there.

Leominster Library Social Evening

On Thursday, 30th April, the Friends of Leominster Library are organising a fund raising social event in Leominster Library between 7.30pm and 9.00pm. It will be a fun evening, admission £3.00, to include refreshments. I will be talking about: The ups and downs of a short story  writer, and there will  be time for questions and chat. No need to book, just come along and enjoy the evening

Baartram will soon be here!

Leominster Festival starts on 1st June. I’m discussing creative fiction on Monday, 3rd June, 3.00pm, in the Granary Café. Pop in if you can – I need an audience! Visit www.leominster-festival.co.uk to see the full programme: literary, musical, family fun events and much more. Hope to see you, and the sunshine, next week.

The Baatram trend

Visit Leominster Festival website: http://www.leominster-festival.co.uk, and see the photos of the Festival stall at the Easter Market – I’m following the trend in my sheep coat (I’m the one in the blue woolly hat!)

Baatram and Leominster Festival

Who is Baatram? Baatram, the symbolic Ryeland sheep, will be present at Leominster Festival from 1st to 9th June. For centuries Leominster’s economy relied on sheep rearing and wool processing. Ryeland wool, the fabled ‘Lemster Ore’ was exported to Milan as early as 1450.  There are events for all ages at Leominster Festival: literature, music, craft, dance, film and visual arts, with free family activities, walks, workshops and talks. Come and join in the fun, it’s going to be a wonderful week. Please visit the website: http://www.leominster-festival.co.uk. I hope to see you there

Malvern Theatres ‘As You Read It’

Last night at Malvern Theatres was wonderful. There were 9 finalists with a mix of entertaining stories and a lovely audience who were a joy to perform to.  I read my story, A Chance for Charlie, first and was then able to relax and enjoy the other stories. A marvellous evening. The competition As You Read It is to be held again later in the year so, if you feel you want to  have a go at story telling, keep an eye on the website: www.malvern-theatres.co.uk

Malvern Theatres

Wonderful news – I have been selected as one of eight finalists to read my story, A Chance for Charlie,at the ‘As You Read It’ live event in Malvern Theatre on Thursday 17th May at 7.30pm. The story is humorous so, hopefully, will entertain. Malvern Theatre audiences are fantastic! Full details on my Festivals and Fun page.

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