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Ian McMillan

Ian McMillan - A Cartoon History of Here with Tony Husband

Ian McMillan

Ian McMillan - A Cartoon History of Here with Tony Husband.
t. 01785 811653
Robin Robertson

TS Eliot Prize Readings

Robin Robertson

Ian McMillan is one of the shortlisted poets for this year's T S Eliot Prize. He and eight of the others, including Simon Armitage, Fiona Sampson and Seamus Heaney, will be reading at the Royal...
Fiona Sampson

T.S. Eliot Prize Readings

Fiona Sampson

Fiona Sampson is one of the shortlisted poets for this year's T S Eliot Prize. She and eight of the others, including Simon Armitage, Robin Robertson and Seamus Heaney, will be reading at the Royal...
Chris McCabe

Salt Plus at Phoenix Arts 20/1

Chris McCabe

Salt Plus - Liane Strauss, Mark Waldron, Chris McCabe and others.
Salt Plus is a new monthly reading series featuring both poets on the Salt list and other poets, new and known. The first event has...
Ian McMillan

Ian McMillan - A Cartoon History of Here with Tony Husband

Ian McMillan

Ian McMillan - A Cartoon History of Here with Tony Husband.
t. 01827 284812
Ian McMillan

Ian McMillan - A Cartoon History of Here with Tony Husband

Ian McMillan

Ian McMillan - A Cartoon History of Here with Tony Husband.
t.01335 360566
Jane Duran

Poetry Reading: Ware Poets

Jane Duran

Jane Duran will be reading her poems at Ware Poets. For more information go to: http://www.wareartscentre.org.uk/
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t. 01920 466212
Andrew Motion

Andrew Motion with Ian Buckle, Larkin programme, Leeds

Andrew Motion

Sir Andrew Motion and pianist Ian Buckle will appear at the University of Leeds to give a special performance celebrating the poems of Philip Larkin.
The 'Poems of Philip Larkin and music of the time...
Andrew Motion

Sir Andrew Motion with EU Chamber Orchestra

Andrew Motion

Sir Andrew Motion with the EU Chamber Orchestra.
Sir Andrew Motion has been commissioned to write a series of poems which he will read during the performance, to illuminate the music’s evocation of...
Ruth Fainlight

Troubadour

Ruth Fainlight

Poetry reading by Ruth Fainlight.
Chris McCabe

Shad Thames, Broken Wharf

Chris McCabe

SHAD THAMES, BROKEN WHARF by Chris McCabe
Spanning centuries of changes across London’s Docklands, this multimedia ‘play of voices’ by poet Chris McCabe eavesdrops on a conversation between Echo, a...
Andrew Motion

Minchinhampton

Andrew Motion

Andrew Motion will be reading his poems in Minchinhampton Church, Gloucestershire, at 7.30 p.m. on Thursday, November 25th.
Andrew Motion

Aldeburgh

Andrew Motion

At this year's Aldeburgh Festival, Andrew Motion will tell the story of The Poetry Archive, launched five years ago to re-affirm the value of sound in poetry and to conserve today's voices for future...
Imtiaz Dharker

Poetry Live Readings for GCSE students

Imtiaz Dharker

At various venues across the UK, readings for GCSE students from Carol Ann Duffy, Simon Armitage, Gillian Clarke, Grace Nichols, John Agard, Daljit Nagra, Moniza Alvi, Owen Sheers, Choman Hardi and...
Don Paterson

Aldeburgh 2010

Don Paterson

Don Paterson reads at the Aldeburgh Festival
Don Paterson

Aldeburgh 2010 (2)

Don Paterson

Discussion: The Poet's Toolkit
Don Paterson, Bill Manhire, Lars Gustafsson and Marie Howe.
Bill Manhire

Aldeburgh 2010 (3)

Bill Manhire

Master Class: Bill Manhire offers helpful feedback on unpublished poems by graduates of the Poetry Trust's Advanced Seminar 2010.
Bill Manhire

Aldeburgh 2010

Bill Manhire

Happiness Writes White
Is sadness a more natural, interesting and even sometimes a more pleasurable subject for poetry than happiness? Bill Manhire and Selima Hill explore the territory.
Bill Manhire

Aldeburgh 2010 (2)

Bill Manhire

Discussion: The Poet's Toolkit.
Bill Manhire, Don Paterson, Lars Gustafsson and Marie Howe.
Imtiaz Dharker

Poetry International

Imtiaz Dharker

Readings from Imtiaz Dharker, Carol Ann Duffy, Gillian Clarke, Jackie Kay, and music from John Sampson.

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A tour of the Archive with Connie Ruzich

As a university teacher who lives in an inland city surrounded by mountains, streams, and rivers, I sometimes have a...

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Walter Ralegh

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John Milton

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