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The East Riding’s two literature festivals are lighting up the East Riding this autumn with a celebration of words that will keep you talking, thinking, listening, questioning, writing, reading and moving as we transport your imaginations – and your persons – from Beverley to Bridlington. Our stellar line-up includes: Will Self, Terry Waite, Alan Titchmarsh, Simon Armitage, Jodi Picoult and much more.

Venues include: Beverley Minster, Toll Gavel Church, Beverley Parkway Cinema, East Riding Theatre, Burton Constable Hall and Sewerby Hall and Gardens.


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