Guernsey Literary Festival: @ the greenhouse

Guernsey Literary Festival @ the greenhouse

Monday 10 – Wednesday 12 September

The Guernsey Literary team will be based at the greenhouse just prior to this year’s Festival, the team will be available to give you all the information you need on the authors, dates, venues and answer any and every Literary Festival questions you may have!
During the Festival the ArtsMobile is the information hub which will be set up in Market Square as the Festival explores the written word with visiting and local authors.

Then The Guernsey Literary Festival kicks off in style from Thursday 13 September – Sunday 16 September

The Festival website is now up and running – just click on the Literary Festival tab on the right hand side, you’ll go straight to the website where you can find out all things Festival – buy tickets, find out about all the authors, poets and performers and the wide array of venues!

Dickens for Dinner

Friday 14 September, 7.00pm
Tickets are £75

To celebrate the bicentenary of Charles Dickens, this sumptuous dinner will feature the author’s great-great-great granddaughter Lucinda Dickens Hawksley and recreationalist Mark Willis.

There are only a couple of tables left for the dinner – if you’d would like to attend you can book this event directly by emailing – [email protected]

 The Write Stuff Competition

Calling all students! Have you entered Guernsey Literary Festival‘s The Write Stuff Competition?

POWER PROSE – ‘The Picnic’
Word limit: 200 words on the prompt of ‘The Picnic’
Categories: Up to age 11; up to age 14; up to age 16.

… First prize (each category): £50 voucher and the trophy for the year.
Second prize (each category): £25 voucher and a certificate.
Third prize (each category): £25 voucher and a certificate.

The nine students awarded prizes will also be offered a workshop with a writer visiting for the festival. Details to follow. This competition is kindly sponsored by Channel Islands Stock Exchange.

Find more info on the below link, or contact [email protected]:

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