Worcestershire LitFest and Fringe: Our final few hurrahs!

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The end of Worcester LitFest (almost) there is still a magical event on Wednesday 21st June Midsummer Poetry and Prose Walk 7 p.m. starting at the Worcester Bridge entrance of Cripplegate Park – a FREE event, do come and join us.

Massive congratulations to the LitFest team for the 7th amazing festival. So good to see so many people travel in for events from other parts of the U.K and also see lots of audience that are new this year!

Worcestershire LitFest & Fringe

The LitFest and Fringe team are nursing aches, pains, and smiling faces after a busy but wonderful festival week. Last Friday night saw us split between the Greek classicism of Natalie Haynes at The Hive and the Big Fat Quiz taking place at Titania, while Saturday morning calmed things down slightly with our children’s workshop at the wonderful St John’s library.

Things wouldn’t stay quiet for long, though! Saturday night, at Worcester Arts Workshop, LitFest and friends opened their arms to some top class London talent. We had an intimate evening of poetry and performance from Robert Cole, Math Jones, and Keleigh Wolf. A fabulous evening was had by all in attendance and we left on a grand high ready for the TWO slams that we had pencilled in for the following day.

Sunday evening saw us head back to Drummonds where we kicked the evening’s events off with a…

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