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Three-time WORLD CHAMPION spoken word artist Buddy Wakefield is coming to @NorwichArtCentr on Tues 7 June https://t.co/HVXqJie3R4
May heralds the start of summer and the beginning of the bank holiday season. But most importantly, May brings Brave New Reads back to libraries in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.
Associate Programme Director Kate Griffin pays tribute to Lakshmi Holmström, the preeminent translator of Tamil literature, who passed away this week.
Simon Armitage, Irvine Welsh, Jackie Kay; our new Communications Intern Jo Thompson picks favourites from the City of Literature line-up at Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2016.
With three hours of video projects, illuminations, live performances and more set within the (hopefully) sunny grounds of our beautiful medieval building, we're expecting you to get a little thirsty. So what's on the menu you ask? Take a peek...
In the run up to the Young Norfolk Poetry Competition deadline on Friday 27 May 2016, successful young UK poets will share their advice on how others can break into the scene.
This week, we catch up with UNESCO Creative Leader Nicholl Hardwick who has been instrumental in delivering key creative workshops to young people.
Events this month
The Brave New Reads Launch with Benjamin Johncock and Colette Snowden
A great feast of languages: Shakespeare World Translation Conference
Twisting the Tale: Literary Crossover and Big Concept Writing with Emma Healey
Writers' Centre Norwich, Dragon Hall Tours.
Fierce Light exhibition
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