Joanne Harris In Conversation – with David Barnett

£3.00£5.00

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

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

 

NOTE: Book here with “Helen Pankhurst In Conversation – with Joanne Harris” event and receive a discount for both events

 

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

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Date: March 17, 2018

Start time: 19:00

End time: 20:00

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

Description

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.

Note: Book with our “In Conversation with Helen Pankhurst – with Joanne Harris” event and receive a discount.

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

For venue Access Guide, please click here: 

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Ticket Type

Concession, Full Price

Date

17 March 2018

Time

7pm-8pm

Venue

Huddersfield Central Library, Princess Alexandra Walk

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