I enjoyed reading this post–puts things into context 🙂
Worcestershire LitFest & Fringe
Poetry has the potential to move audiences to tears, make people laugh, and tackle some of the most difficult topics in our world. Every poet, whether they’ve been honoured as a Poet Laureate or whether they simply enjoy it as a hobby, has a voice. And that voice should be heard.
At Litfest, we love hearing passionate poets delivering their work and wowing expectant audiences. Poetry is what gets us going, and it’s always a great feeling helping aspiring poets along their journey.
It’s always been our mission to make poetry and prose accessible for everyone. We’ve seen poets perform sets about everything from mental health through to environmental awareness and everything in between.
“How do you give these poets a platform?” we hear you ask. Through our festival and fringe events!
Each year, our festival committee bring together a week-long extravaganza of open-mic nights and slams which are…
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10/06/2018 at 06:10
When do we actually see a program of what is on. This is the worst advertising I have seen of an event which starts in a few days time. I can not find out what is on from the advertising on the internet. Being involved in a group performing at the fringe I am very disappointed to be unable to find any mention of it any where.
10/06/2018 at 07:57
How strange…it’s on the LiFest website under ‘Programme and Tickets 2018’: https://worcslitfest.co.uk/programme-tickets-2018/ and on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/worcslitfest/ plus all over Twitter as well as mentions in local press and radio!