Inspire Poetry Festival at Southwell Library: Paul Farley

Join award-winning poet, Paul Farley at Southwell Library. 

Sat, 15 Jul 2017
7:30PM - 9:00PM
Southwell Library
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About this event

Paul Farley is the author of four collections of poetry, including The Ice Age (Picador), which was awarded the Whitbread Poetry Prize in 2002, and most recently Selected Poems

A frequent broadcaster, he presents BBC Radio 4’s poetry programme The Echo Chamber. Born in Liverpool in 1965, he now lives in north Lancashire and is Professor of Poetry at Lancaster University. 

‘Resonant without being flashy . . . lines that will stick with you for a really, really long time' Mark Haddon 

'Funny, observant, brilliantly musical . . . streetwise, erudite, elusive, but very accessible' Ruth Padel

Photo credit: Urszula Soltys

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Tickets are £10 (£8 concessions) and booking is strongly advised. To book your ticket, call XX or visit the Inspire Culture website. 

Please note, this is an adult event (Under 18s to be accompanied by an adult).

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Inspire: Culture, Learning, Libraries

Community Benefit Society delivering culture, learning and library services throughout Nottinghamshire

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