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bridlington poetry festival atSewerbyHall Julia Copus Paul Farley Geoff Hattersley Kathleen Jamie Jamie McKendrick Michael Symmons Roberts Penelope Shuttle Leeds Young Authors and many more...

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Booking Line 01482 392699 www.bridlington-poetry-festival.com www.facebook.com/ BridlingtonPoetryFestival @BridPoetryFest


Friday 8 June 3.00pm-5.00pm 3.00pm-5.00pm 6.00pm-6.30pm 6.30pm-7.00pm 7.00pm-8.00pm 8.20pm-9.20pm 9.40pm-late Saturday 9 June 10.00am-12.00pm 10.30am-11.30am 12.00pm-1.00pm 12.00pm-1.20pm 1.30pm-2.30pm

Event Workshop:Geoff Hattersley,Poetry of the Everyday Workshop:PatBorthwick,Enter the Beast FestivalLaunch SeaSwimintroducedbyLaraGoodband Geoff Hattersley&PatBorthwick PaulFarley&MichaelSymmonsRoberts LastOrderswithTheHullCarsharePoets Workshop:JohnWedgwoodClarke,Into The Sea PoetryScopeShowcase:PrimarySchools LiveCanon’sPoetry Party (ages5-8andfamilies) Film:PaulMills,You Should’ve Seen Us A Lucid Dreamer: The Life of Peter Redgrove NeilRoberts&PenelopeShuttle

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ValleyPresspresents...JoBrandon, MilesCain,NorahHanson&FelixHodcroft

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Larkin&EastRidingPoetryPrize: adjudicationwithPenelopeShuttle&prizewinners

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SamRiviere&OliHazzard PoetryDoubles:JuliaCopus&FionaBenson JamieMcKendrick LastOrderswithTheHullCarsharePoets

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ThePoetryBusinessWorkshop:WritingPoems PoetryScopeShowcase:SecondarySchools Film:We Are Poets LeedsYoungAuthors

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PeepalTreePresspresents... KhadijahIbrahiim,SaiMurai&SeniSeneviratne

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AllisonMcVetyandJohnWedgwoodClarke KathleenJamie

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5.30pm-6.30pm 7.00pm-8.00pm 8.20pm-9.20pm 9.40pm-late Sunday 10 June 10.00am-12.15pm 10.30am-11.30am 12.00pm-1.20pm 1.30pm-1.50pm

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Welcome Welcometothethird annualBridlingtonPoetry Festival.We’redelighted topresentthese25 workshops,readings, filmsandotherpoetry events,featuringvoicesfromtheEast RidingandthewiderYorkshireregion, fromacrosstheUKandaroundtheworld. It’saparticularpleasurethisyearto presentsomeyoungerpoets–students fromschoolsinandaroundBridlington who’vebeenworkingonourPoetryScope projectinrecentmonths,andthe remarkableLeedsYoungAuthors. Althoughwebidasadfarewellthisyearto JohnWedgwoodClarke,founderand erstwhileDirectorof theFestival,it’sa greatprivilegetowelcomehimbackasa poetandworkshoptutor.I’dliketothank Johnforcreatingsuchawonderfulfestival, tosalutehishardwork,enthusiasmand commitmenttoaudiencesandartistsalike, andtowishhimeverysuccesswithhis ownwriting. Antony Dunn Festival Director Booking Line 01482 392699 www.bridlington-poetry-festival.com Allticketsincludefreeentry toSewerbyHallandGardens Bridlington Poetry Festival is part of the East Riding Library Service’s literature development work delivered through the organisation Wordquake. Wordquake receives regular funding from Arts Council England and East Riding of Yorkshire Council.

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Geoff Hattersley Writing Workshop Poetry of the Everyday Swinton Room 3.00pm-5.00pm,£10

Geoff Hattersley ©EverardSmith

Thisworkshopwillfocus ontherichpoetrytobefoundinthe everyday.Writeapoemfromscratchwith Geoff Hattersley,usingfoundmaterials andalittleimagination.Theworkshopwill besuitableforanyone,whatevertheir previousexperience. Geoff Hattersley isanexperienced creativewritingtutorandiscurrentlyRoyal LiteraryFundWritingFellowat HuddersfieldUniversity. __________

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Pat Borthwick Writing Workshop Enter the Beast Boardroom 3.00pm-5.00pm,£10

PatBorthwick

Seewhathappenswhen ananimalwalks,swims,flies,slithersinto yourpoem. Usingarangeof published modelsfromaroundtheworldwewill explorepoemsthatuseananimaleither centrestageorasashadowypresence, poemsthatgobeyondmeredescription. Thisworkshopwillbealivelymixof exercises,readingandfeedback. Pat Borthwick hasbeenaCreative WritingtutorforLeedsUniversity,the OpenCollegeof ArtsandtheArvon Foundation. __________

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Festival Launch Orangery 6.00pm,free

Getintothefestivalspirit withaglassof wineanda chancetomeetsomeof thepoetry-lovers andpoetswithwhomyou’llsharethis extraordinaryweekend. __________

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DamianMurphycreatedthesoundtrack usingthevoicesof swimmers,thesounds of theseaandhisownperformanceof a piecebyBoccerini. Sea Swim ispartof imove:aCultural OlympiadProgrammeinYorkshire www.imoveand.com imove hasbeenfundedbyLegacyTrust UK,creatingalastingimpactfromthe London2012OlympicandParalympic Gamesbyfundingideasandlocaltalentto inspirecreativityacrosstheUK.

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Sea Swim Introduced by Lara Goodband Swinton Room, 6.30pm-7.00pm,free “I am thrilled to be patron of this beautifully simple and simply beautiful idea. Poetry is going down to the sea again.” CarolAnnDuffy Partof theimove programme,Sea Swim explores howswimming changesthewaywefeelourselvestobein ourbodies. Swimminginthesealiberates theimaginationandtransformsthebody. Whetheryouplungeorpaddle,Sea Swim bringspeopletogethertoenjoytheseaand takepartinart. Aspartof aseriesof artworksforSea Swim byarangeof artistsindifferent media,Lara Goodband madeaseriesof fourshortfilmsfromfootagefilmedat sixteenpublicswimsbetweenMayand September2011. TheSea Swim filmswill runthroughouttheFestivalweekend.

Geoff Hattersley & Pat Borthwick Performance Orangery 7.00pm-8.00pm,£5 Fr

TwoproperYorkshirevoices–theSouth’s Geoff Hattersley andtheEast’sownPat Borthwick –launchtheFestival’s programmeof poetryreadingsinstyle. Geoff Hattersley’smanycollectionsof poetryincludePort of Entry (Littlewood 1989),Don’t Worry (Bloodaxe1994), Harmonica (WreckingBall2003),Back of Beyond (SmithDoorstop2006)andOutside the Blue Hebium (SmithDoorstop2012). Pat Borthwick haswonmanypoetry prizesincludingtheAmnestyInternational andthisyear’sKeats-ShelleyPoetryAward. Shehasseveralpamphletsandthreefull lengthcollections:Between Clouds and Caves (LittlewoodArc1990),Swim (Mudfog 2005)andAdmiral FitzRoy’s Barometer (Templar2008). __________

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Paul Farley & Michael Symmons Roberts Performance Orangery 8.20pm-9.20pm,£5 Fr

PaulFarley ©HayleyMadden

MichaelSymmonsRoberts ©MartinBence

Edgelands,bytwoof the UK’smosthighly acclaimedpoets,explores therichlymysterious terrainof out-of-town gravelpits,businessparks andlandfillsites.

Paul Farley &Michael Symmons Roberts readfromEdgelands –abook whichexistsintheborderlandsof poetry andprose–andfromtheirown collectionsof poems. Paul Farley istheauthorof four collectionsof poetry,includingThe Ice Age (Picador),whichwasawardedthe WhitbreadPoetryPrizein2002,andmost recentlyThe Dark Film (2012).Bornin Liverpoolin1965,helivesinLancashire. Michael Symmons Roberts has publishedtwonovelsandfourcollections of poetry,includingCorpus,whichwonthe WhitbreadPoetryAward. __________

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Last Orders with the Hull Carshare Poets Performance The Ship Inn, Sewerby 9.40pm,free

TheShipInn ©CharlieKilburn

FinishtheFestivalday withapintandsomepoemsfromthe Hull Carshare Poets.Informaland irreverentfunwithJulieCorbett,Ashley Fisher,JimHigoandCatherineScott. __________

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John Wedgwood Clarke Writing Workshop Into The Sea Boardroom 10.00am-12.00pm,£10

JohnWedgwoodClarke

Theseahasalwayshada transformativeinfluenceonour imaginations,whetherwe’vestaredatit, crossedbycraft,orplungedin.Inthis workshopwe’lltakeatripthroughsea poemsrangingfromHomertoMarianne MooreandSeamusHeaneyandexplore howitslimitlesshorizonsandintimate definitionof thebodymayseachangeour ownwriting. __________

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Bridlington Primary School Students Performance Poetry Scope Showcase Orangery 10.30am-11.30am,£1

PrimaryschoolsacrosstheBridlington areahavebeentakingpartinPoetry Scope,along-runningprogrammeof poetryactivities.Theyhaveworkedwitha numberof poetsincludingAndrew McMillan,whohoststhismorning’s performance.Comeandhearwonderful newpoemswrittenandperformedby Bridlington’syoungestnewpoets. __________ Friday Pass: £8 foronetickettoeacheventmarkedFr Saturday Pass: £25 foronetickettoeacheventmarkedSa

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Live Canon’s Poetry Party For children aged 5-8 Orangery 12.00pm-1.00pm,£2

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A Lucid Dreamer: The Life of Peter Redgrove Performance Orangery 1.30pm-2.30pm,£5 Sa

PeterRedgrove

Ariotouswordpartywithpoetrypass-theparcel,nurseryrhymehats,haikuballoons andgoing-homepoems. Poetry Party,aimedatages5-8,but suitableforallthefamily,isaglorious celebrationof words,withlivemusicand lotsof interaction.Itfeaturespoemsby Britain’smostlovedchildren’spoetsand introducesafeastof rhymes,dittiesand odes... MeettheJaberwocky,sailawaywiththe OwlandthePussyCat,findoutwhat happenedwhenJimgothisfingerstuckup hisnose...andwhenHelenaateawhole chocolatecake... We’llseeyouattheparty! __________

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You Should’ve Seen Us Film Screening with poet Paul Mills Swinton Room 12.00pm-1.20pm,£5 Sa

NeilRoberts

Theworkof thepoet Peter Redgrove isoneof thegreat treasuresof latetwentiethcentury literature.Hisprolificoutputpresentsan intriguingvarietyof personae:magician, scientist,lover,psychologist,joker, madman.Onlynow,withthepublication of hisCollected Poems andthisbiography, canweseehowandwhythesepersonae developed–anddiscoverthefulldepth andrangeof thisvisionarywriter. __________

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HolidaysinEngland1954 ©YorkshireFilmArchive

You Should’ve Seen Us isa selectionof filmsfrom theYorkshire Film Archive,made between1908to1958,andnewlysoundtrackedbyPaul Mills’poems. Someare commentaries,othersimaginedvoicesof peopleinNorthYorkshirefrombefore, duringandaftertheSecondWorldWar, conjuringaperiodof culturalchange. “A wonderfully stirring, thoughtful and ultimately celebratory body of work that spins out from specific histories into all our families, all our lives...” IanMcMillan __________

Neil Roberts willread fromhisnewbiography of PeterRedgroveand Penelope Shuttle, Redgrove’swidow,from hisCollected Poems.

Valley Press presents... Miles Cain, Jo Brandon, Felix Hodcroft & Norah Hanson Performance

Swinton Room 3.00pm-4.00pm,£5 Sa Foundedin2008,Scarborough’sValley Press isfastbecominganationally recognisednameinpoetry.FounderJamie McGarryintroducesfourValleyPress poets: Miles Cain’sThe Border was publishedin2011,Jo Brandon’sPhobia in 2012,Felix Hodcroft’sLife After Life After Death in2010andNorah Hanson’sLove Letters & Children’s Drawings in2011. __________

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PenelopeShuttle ©JemimahKuhfeld

Larkin & East Riding Poetry Prize Adjudication Penelope Shuttle & the prize winners Orangery 4.15pm-5.15pm,free

Thisyear’scompetitionattractedwellover 1000entries,andfirstprizegoesto...? Theprizewinningandcommendedpoets havebeeninvitedtoperform,introduced byouradjudicator,Penelope Shuttle. In association with the Philip Larkin Society, co-funders of the £2000 total prize money.

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Oli Hazzard & Sam Riviere Performance Orangery 5.30pm-6.30pm,£5 Sa

OliHazzard

Oli Hazzard wasbornin 1986.Hispoetryhas appearedinmagazines andanthologiesincluding New Poetries V (Carcanet) SamRiviere andtheSalt Book of Younger Poets,andhisfirst collection,Between Two Windows,ispublishedbyCarcanetin2012. Sam Riviere co-editstheanthologyseries Stop Sharpening Your Knives,andreceiveda 2009EricGregoryAward.Faber&Faber publishedhisdebutpamphletin2010.81 Austerities,anonlinecollectionof poems andpromotionalmaterial,wasserializedat http://austerities.tumblr.com/ in2011, andfeaturedintheNew Statesman and Dazed & Confused.Hisfirstbookwith Faberisduein2012. __________

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JuliaCopus ©FabienneBrochier

Poetry Doubles: Julia Copus with Fiona Benson Performance Orangery 7.00pm-8.00pm,£5 Sa

Poetry Doubles features amajorpoetreadingwith hisorherownchoiceof ‘Double’–apoetatfirstFionaBenson collectionstage.It’san opportunityforsomeof ourbest-lovedpoetsto championemergingwritersinfrontof largeaudiences. Julia Copus wasborninLondonandnow livesinSomerset.Herthirdcollectionof poems,The World’s Two Smallest Humans,is publishedthissummerbyFaber&Faber. Hertwopreviouscollections,The Shuttered Eye andIn Defence of Adultery,wereboth PoetryBookSocietyRecommendations. ShehaswonFirstPrizeintheNational PoetryCompetitionandtheForwardPrize forBestSinglePoem(2010).Shealso writesforradio;herfirstplay,Eenie Meenie Macka Racka,wasawardedtheBBC’s AlfredBradleyprize.SheisaLectorfor theRoyalLiteraryFund,andin2008was madeanHonoraryFellowatthe Universityof Exeter. Fiona Benson’spoemshavebeen publishedinawiderangeof journals includingtheTLS,LRB,Arete andPoetry Review. ShewasgivenanEricGregory Awardin2006andin2009receiveda FaberNewPoetsaward.Herpamphletis Faber New Poets 1 andsheiscurrently workingonherfirstfullcollection. __________

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Jamie McKendrick Performance Orangery 8.20pm-9.20pm,£5 Sa

Jamie McKendrick was borninLiverpoolin 1955.HetaughtattheUniversityof SalernoinItalyandistheauthorof five collectionsof poetry:The Sirocco Room (1991);The Kiosk on the Brink (1993);The Marble Fly (1997),winnerof theForward PoetryPrize(BestPoetryCollectionof the Year)andaPoetryBookSocietyChoice; Ink Stone (2003),whichwasshortlistedfor the2003T.S.EliotPrizeandthe2003 WhitbreadPoetryAward;andCrocodiles & Obelisks,shortlistedfortheForwardPrize.

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JamieMcKendrick

Aselectionof hispoemswaspublishedas Sky Nails (2000),andheiseditorof 20thCentury Italian Poems (2004). Histranslationsof thepoetryof Valerio Magrelli,The Embrace,werepublishedby Faberin2009,winningtheOxfordWeidenfeldTranslationPrizeandtheJohn FlorioPrizeforItalianTranslation. Hisnewcollectionof poems,Out There,is publishedbyFaberinOctober2012. __________

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TheShipInn ©CharlieKilburn

Last Orders with the Hull Carshare Poets Performance The Ship Inn, Sewerby 9.40pm,free

JointheHull Carshare Poets forasecondeveningof poemsand pints.WithRuthEDixon,JoeHakimand MikeWatts. __________

PeterSansom

Peter & Ann Sansom The Poetry Business Writing Poems Swinton Room 10.00am-12.15pm £18

Exhilaratingwriting sessionwith‘thebest poetryteachersinthe world’(The Guardian). AnnSansom Moreexperiencedand newwritersalikewill comeawaywitha numberof newpoemsfromthishugely enjoyableworkshop.Justbringapenanda pad.Tea,coffeeandinspirationprovided. ‘AnnandPeterSansomareincomparably experiencedandinspirationaltutors withabrilliantrepertoireof exercises’ ThePoetryTrust. __________

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Bridlington Secondary School Students Performance Poetry Scope Showcase Orangery 10.30am-11.30am,£1

Secondaryschoolstudentsfrom BridlingtonhavebeentakingpartinPoetry Scope,workingwithanumberof poets includingAndrew McMillan,whohosts thismorning’sperformance.Anexciting opportunitytohearthenextgenerationof EastYorkshire’spoeticstars. __________

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Su We Are Poets Film Screening Swinton Room, 12.00pm-1.20pm,£2.50 We Are Poets bravelyflipstheimageof Britishyouthonitshead,assixremarkable teenagepoets,membersof Leeds Young Authors,arechosentorepresenttheUK atBraveNewVoices,America’smost prestigiousslampoetrycompetition.From theirinnercitylivesinNorthEngland,toa stageinfrontof theWhiteHousein WashingtonDC,theteammustprepare foratransformationaljourneyof a lifetime.Intimate,honestandimaginative, We Are Poets isamovingtestamentto thepowerof creativity,communityand thedynamismof youngpeople.

Zodwa Nyoni isaZimbabwean-born performancepoet,playwrightandactor basedinLeeds.Shehasperformed alongsidepoetssuchasJackieKay,EG BaileyandUgochiNwaogwugwu.She competedatBraveNewVoices InternationalYouthPoetrySlaminNew Yorkandwonaone-yearpoet’sresidency atBBCRadioLeedsin2006. __________

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KhadijahIbrahiim

SimonMurray ©MartinLeSantoSmith

by Alex Ramseyer-Bache & Daniel Lucches Screening courtesy of PopUpCinema.net __________

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SajuAhmed

Leeds Young Authors Performance Orangery 1.30pm-1.50pm,£2 Su Twostarsof We Are Poets performlive;an irresistibleblastof passionandenergy.

Saju Ahmed isarapper andpoet,bornandraised ZodwaNyoni inHarehills,Leeds.He hasrepresentedtheUK atBraveNewVoicesinNewYork(2006), SanJose(2007),WashingtonDC(2008) andChicago(2009)andperformedat venuesandfestivalsacrosstheUK.

SeniSeneviratne

Peepal Tree Press presents... Khadijah Ibrahiim, Sai Murai & Seni Seneviratne Performance Orangery 2.00pm-3.00pm,£5 Su Peepal Tree Press has beenthehomeof the bestinnewCaribbean, BlackBritishandSouth Asianfiction,poetryand morefor25years. Weareproudtowelcome threepoetspublishedby PeepalTreePress.

Khadijah Ibrahiim was borninLeedsof Jamaicanparentage.She isArtisticDirectorforLeedsYoung Authors.HerchapbookRootz Runnin was publishedin2008. Sai Murai (SimonMurray)isapoet, writer,publisher,andgraphicdesigner.He iseditorof severalpoetryanthologies,and apoetcoachforLeedsYoungAuthors. Hisdebutcollection,Adliberation, is publishedin2012.

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Seni Seneviratne,bornandraisedin Leeds,isof EnglishandSriLankan heritage.Apoemfromherdebut collection,Wild Cinnamon and Winter Skin, (2007),washighlycommendedinthe ForwardPoetryPrize2007,andshewas shortlistedinthe2010ArvonInternational PoetryCompetition.Shehasreleaseda CDof poetryandsongandhercollection The Heart of It ispublishedin2012. __________

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AllisonMcVety ©DerekAdams

Allison McVety & John Wedgwood Clarke Performance Orangery 3.15pm-4.15pm,£5 Su

Winnerof ThePoetry BusinessBookand PamphletCompetition 2006,Allison McVety’s JohnWedgwoodClarke collection,The Night ©xxxxxxxxxxxx Trotsky Came to Stay (SmithDoorstop),wasshortlistedforthe ForwardBestFirstCollectionPrize.Her poemshaveappearedinPoetry Review, The Guardian, The Times andPN Review,and broadcastonBBCradio.Hersecond collection,Miming Happiness (Smith Doorstop),waspublishedin2010andher poem,‘TotheLighthouse’,wonthe2011 NationalPoetryCompetition. FounderandoriginalDirectorof BridlingtonPoetryFestival,John Wedgwood Clarke trainedasanactorand holdsaD.Phil.inModernistpoeticsfrom theUniversityof York.Heiscurrently LeverhulmeArtistinResidenceatthe CentreforEnvironmentalandMarine SciencesattheUniversityof Hull, Scarborough.HeisUKandIrelandpoetry editorforArcPublicationsandteaches

poetryattheUniversityof Hull.HeiscoArtisticDirectorof Sea Swim,apartof imove:aCulturalOlympiadProgrammein Yorkshirewww.imoveand.com/seaswim Hispoemshaveappearedinvarious publicationsandcompetitions.In2010 hewasshortlistedfortheManchester PoetryPrize. __________

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Kathleen Jamie Performance Orangery 4.30pm-5.30pm,£5 Su

KathleenJamie ©EamonnMcCabe

KathleenJamiewasborn inthewestof Scotlandin 1962.Herpoetrycollectionstodate includeThe Tree House (Picador2004), whichwonboththeForwardprizeandthe ScottishBookof theYearAward,Jizzen (Picador1999)whichwontheGeoffrey FaberMemorialAwardandMr and Mrs Scotland are Dead,shortlistedforthe2003 GriffinPrize.KathleenJamiealsowrites non-fictionincludingthehighlyregarded Findings and,recently,Sightlines.Kathleenis Chairof CreativeWritingatStirling University,andsheliveswithherfamily inFife. Anewcollectionof poems,The Overhaul,is publishedbyPicadorlaterthisyear. __________ Friday Pass: £8 foronetickettoeacheventmarkedFr Saturday Pass: £25 foronetickettoeacheventmarkedSa Sunday Pass: £16 foronetickettoeacheventmarkedSu

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Sewerby Hall ChurchLane Sewerby Bridlington YO151EA

TheGradeIlistedSewerby Hall is2miles northof Bridlington,ontheEastYorkshire coast,setin50acresof landscapedgardensin acliff toplocationwithmagnificentviews overBridlingtonbay. Sewerby Zoo,inthegroundsof theHall,is anessentialpartof yourFestivalvisit.Meeta wholevarietyof domesticandwildanimals fromacrosstheworldincluding–thebig favourite–acolonyof HumboldtPenguins. “I spent many holidays in Bridlington, most of them walking between the town and Sewerby along the cliffs, looking enviously at those who went past on the model train. I liked the zoo; a hyacinth macaw would come and sit on your shoulder, and a llama once spat at my dad.” SimonArmitage

Getting to Sewerby ©EastRidingof YorkshireCouncil

Aregulartrain service runstoBridlington frombothScarboroughandHull. TheBridlington Land Train linksSewerby HallwiththeNorthandSouthPromenades of thetown’sseafront–surelythemost picturesquewaytoreachtheFestival.

Access TheGardens,TeaRooms,Zoo,Halland Museumareallaccessibleforpeopleusing wheelchairs.Thereisaunisexdisabledtoilet insidetheHallandintheCourtyardnextto theClockTowerTeaRooms.

www.sewerby-hall.co.uk PoetAbiCurtisontheWorld’sLargestKnittedPoem BridlingtonPoetryFestival2011©AntonyDunn

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Byphone:Mon-Fri,9.00am-4.45pm 01482 392699 All tickets include entry price to Sewerby Hall and Gardens Bypost:BridlingtonPoetryFestival,LibrariesandInformation,CouncilOffices, Skirlaugh,HU115HN.(Chequespayableto‘ERYC’;encloseyourname,address, phonenumber,thenameof theeventsyou’dliketoattendandthenumberof ticketsyouneed.) Thanks to ArtsCouncilEngland;JamesThompson, FestivalTechnician;IanHarker&Annie Robinson,Blackwells,Leeds;theteamat SewerbyHallandallthepoets,publishers andvolunteerswhohavemadethis weekendpossible. Websitesponsoredby

Live Canon www.livecanon.com Peepal Tree Press www.peepaltreepress.com The Poetry Business www.poetrybusiness.co.uk Ship Inn, Sewerby www.shipinnsewerby.co.uk Valley Press www.valleypressuk.com Yorkshire Film Archive www.yorkshirefilmarchive.com

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