BUNDLE : Helen Pankhurst & Joanne Harris

£5.00£8.00

Date: Saturday 17 March,
5pm-6pm & 7pm-8pm
Venue: Huddersfield Central Library, Princess Alexandra Walk HD1 2SU

Book Tickets for Both Events at a Discounted Price:

Helen Pankhurst In Conversation – with Joanne Harris

Joanne Harris In Conversation – with David Barnett

Each individually usually £5 (£3 conc)

Buy Both Now at £8 (£5 conc)

These events will have live subtitling by Stagetext to give deaf, deafened or hard of hearing audiences access to the events.

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Event Details

Date: March 17, 2018

Start time: 17:00

End time: 21:00

Venue: Huddersfield Central Library, Princess Alexandra Walk HD1 2SU

Description

Attend both these events at a discounted price:

Helen Pankhurst In Conversation – with Joanne Harris
To mark the 100th anniversary of voting rights for women (over 30 and who owned property), the award-winning author Joanne Harris will talk to Helen Pankhurst, the great-granddaughter of suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst and a leading women’s rights campaigner in her own right. Helen’s new book, Deeds Not Words, charts how women’s lives have changed over the past century and offers a powerful and positive argument for the way forward.

Joanne Harris In Conversation – with David Barnett
The internationally bestselling author Joanne Harris chats to journalist and author David Barnett about her latest publications. Originally written in short form as a #Storytime live Twitter story, A Pocketful of Crows is a dark and magical story of love jealousy and revenge. Joanne will also talk about her love of Norse mythology and how it inspired her fantasy novels, including The Testament of Loki, due out later in 2018.

Both events will have live subtitling by Stagetext to give deaf, deafened or hard of hearing audiences access to the events.

 

Additional information

Ticket Type

Concession, Full Price

Date

17 March 2018

Venue

Huddersfield Central Library, Princess Alexandra Walk

Time

5-6pm & 7-8pm

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