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Land Lines: Modern British Nature Writing

February 28 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

The 'Land Lines: Modern British Nature Writing' project, in collaboration with WildLines, invites you to a special event featuring some of the UK's leading nature writers.

Tour of The Leeds Library

March 2 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am

Visit the historic Leeds Library. The oldest surviving library of its kind in the UK. All welcome but booking essential.

The Leeds Library Members’ Film Club (L2019)

March 2 @ 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Members' Film Club: The “Beat the New Year Blues” Season Details are only available in the library. £4.00 including refreshments SORRY - LEEDS LIBRARY MEMBERS ONLY!

Leeds Lit Fest Light Lunch with James Nash and Frances Brody @ The Leeds Library

March 6 @ 1:10 pm - 1:50 pm

As part of the Leeds Lit Fest 2019. Writer James Nash chats to historical crime fiction writer, Frances Brody about her hugely successful Kate Shackleton mysteries and her writing career. Bring your sandwiches and enjoy some author chat in your lunch hour. This event is Pay What You Feel and has been made possible through support by Leeds Inspired and The Leeds Library.  Please register for a ticket to avoid disappointment For full details of all Leeds Lit Fest 2019…

Rush Hour Words with writer Richard Smyth @ The Leeds Library

March 6 @ 5:45 pm - 6:30 pm

As part of the Leeds Lit Fest 2019 a series of events have been programmed to give a welcome alternative to the rush hour commute. So take time out of your busy day! Come along and hear writer  Richard Smyth talk about nature writing. Why do we love nature books so much? How is it that nature on the page has such power to excite, entrance and inspire us? Nature writing in English has a long history, and has taken…

Chelping @ The Leeds Library

March 6 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

As part of the Leeds Lit Festival 2019, Chelping, the leading monthly spoken word night in Leeds will be taking place at The Leeds Library, the oldest membership subscription Library in the country.  Curated and compered by Matt Abbott, one of the UK's leading spoken word artists, the night will include open mic slots followed by sets from Steve Williams and headline act Jess Green and compered by Matt Nicholson.  If you have never been to a spoken word night…

The Leeds Library Ghostly Poetry Walk with Mark Pajak

March 6 @ 9:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Part of The Leeds Lit Fest 2019. The Leeds Library, one of the most haunted buildings in Yorkshire, invites you to discover the supernatural side of Leeds with stories paired with chilling poetry courtesy of your host for the evening, award winning poet Mark Pajak. The tour of landmarks of historic Leeds and their macabre folklore and history will be matched by poetry bringing the history of Leeds from years gone by to life. The walk will take place each…

Leeds Lit Fest Light Lunch with James Nash and Chris Nickson @ Holy Trinity Church

March 7 @ 1:10 pm - 1:50 pm

As part of the Leeds Lit Fest 2019 a series of events have been programmed to give city centre workers, shoppers and residents the chance to take time out at lunch and listen to one of the regions finest writers. So take this opportunity to see James Nash chatting  to writer Chris Nickson and his writing career. Bring your sandwiches and enjoy some author chat in your lunch hour. This event is Pay What You Feel and has been made possible…

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