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If the smell of books excites you, wandering through aisles in the library finding new...
Unsheltered is the latest book by Barbara Kingsolver, and is a terrific read. The book has twin track stories set in a real town in New Jersey called Vineland established in the mid-19th Century as a modern Utopia.
For those who danced the night away at the Wordfest party or who sadly missed...
We are starting to plan for our ninth annual autumn festival, with lots of ideas...
“We Two” is a pilot inter-generational arts project developed by author Richard Bingham and artist...
34 events including authors and broadcasters Jenni Murray and Kate Adie, poet Ian McMillan, who...
Wordfest poetry coordinator, Barbara Meredith, organised our first ever marathon of poetry in the Ropetackle...
Another first for Wordfest, supported by Adur District Council, was our presentation of Brighton Shakespeare...
Libby, Dave and Janet, the Celebrating Shakespeare team, organised a day of song, drama, dance...