Top 5 Literature Festivals You Don’t Want To Miss !
Top 5 Literature Festivals You Don’t Want To Miss!
“Life is heavy , let literature be light”- A.L. Snijders
We bring you the celebration of books, the art that is literature and a creative heaven. A treat for the readers and writers alike we bring to you the 5 most awaited and grand literary festivals around the world.
Port Eliot Literary Festival
An enthralling mix of poets, writers, musicians and film makers this fest will leave you in “wows”. It’s a colourful, bohemian and magical experience and one you would not want to miss.
When – July 30 – August 2, 2015
Where- Port Eliot Estate, Saltash, Cornwall
It is annual music fest which a dash of poetry, literature and comedy thrown in. has been the stage to some major Music acts since a decade now. 2015 marks its 10th anniversary which doubles the enthusiasm and the fun. Brilliant mix of art and a condo of art lovers.
When- 16 -19 July ,2015
Where –Henham Park, Southwold, Suffolk.
Theakston Peculier Crime Writing Festival
Want to share your passion for the best crime writing in the world? This is the place for you. Avid readers of writing with lingering suspense and unputdownable mysteries describe this event as wonderfully social. Intense debates and panels among the appearances of the likes of Michael Connelly, Patricia Cornwell, Jeffery Deaver and J.K. Rowling.
When -16-19 July 2015
Where-Old Swan Hotel,Harrogate, UK
Ledbury Poetry Festival
In the words of Walt Whitman ‘To have great poets, there must be great audiences’ and so is the case at this fest which celebrates poetry in its essence. It promises poets from across the globe and opportunities to write and perform.
When- 3-12 July ,2015
Where-County of Herefordshire, United Kingdom
Write on Kew
If you are up for something new and fresh, here is your deal, this autumn Kew gardens launches its first ever literary fest Write on Kew. The grounds will welcome the renowned authors Margaret Atwood, Louis de Bernières, A.S.Byatt and Bill Bryson. With over 80 events from fiction to science and children to cookery this sure looks like a treat.
When-24-28 September ,2015
Where – Royal Botanic Gardens
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