Ledbury Poetry Festival 2022

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01. Hollie McNish and Michael Pedersen Community Hall
  • Thursday, 30th June 2022 7:00 pm
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84. Ledbury BookArts 22 The Weaver's Gallery
  • Friday, 1st July 2022 10:00 am
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Weekend Pass Friday 1st - Sunday 3rd July 2022
  • Friday, 1st July 2022 10:00 am
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02. Valzhyna Mort: Music for the Dead and Resurrected Reading and conversation with Sandeep Parmar Burgage Hall
  • Friday, 1st July 2022 5:00 pm
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03. Simon Armitage Community Hall
  • Friday, 1st July 2022 7:00 pm
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04. Sonnets for Albert: with Anthony Joseph performing alongside Jason Yarde (Saxophones/Electronics) and Rod Youngs (Drums) Burgage Hall
  • Friday, 1st July 2022 8:30 pm
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07. Poetry Translation Breakfast: Readings and conversation over coffee and croissant The Poetry House
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 9:30 am
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08. Tree Whispers St Michael and All Angels Church
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 11:00 am
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09. Transforming Photographs into Poetry: Workshop with Sarah Wimbush The Heritage Centre
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 11:00 am
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10. Polish Translation Duel with Bohdan Piasecki and Anna Blasiak hosted by Clare Pollard Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 11:00 am
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05. Coat of Hopes Open Mic Readings The Poetry House
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 11:00 am
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11. Nicole Sealey and Kevin Young Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 1:00 pm
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12. Writing the Green Canopy with Mandy Ross St Michael and All Angels Church
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 2:00 pm
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06. Family Fun Event, to celebrate 20 years since Ledbury was Twinned with Strömstad in Sweden. Ledbury Recreation Ground
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 2:30 pm
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13. Forrest Gander and James Byrne Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 3:00 pm
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14. Sarah Hymas and Jason Allen-Paisant: Reading and conversation Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 5:00 pm
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15. Somali Poetry Modern Poetry in Translation Summer Launch Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 7:00 pm
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16. Brian Bilston Community Hall
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 9:00 pm
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17. David Colmer and Radna Fabias The Heritage Centre
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 10:00 am
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18. 50 Ways to Score a Goal with Brian Bilston Community Hall
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 10:30 am
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19. Reviewing the Reviews, with special guest Kevin Young, The New Yorker’s Poetry Editor and Ledbury Critic Oluwaseun Olayiwola Burgage Hall
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 11:00 am
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20. Poetry Reading: Alex Dimitrov and Deborah Landau Burgage Hall
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 1:00 pm
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22. Poets Passing HereAbouts The Poetry House
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 2:00 pm
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23. Into writing with Writer’s Imaginarium facilitator Sarah Hymas St Michael and All Angels Church
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 2:00 pm
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24. Wagtail Women: Jo Clement, Raine Geoghegan and Sarah Wimbush Burgage Hall
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 3:00 pm
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25. Identity and Womanhood: Readings and conversation with Anne Vegter, Simone Atangana Bekono, Radna Fabias Burgage Hall
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 5:00 pm
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26. John Murillo and Thomas Lynch Burgage Hall
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 7:00 pm
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27. It’s a Mad Madrigal The Baptist Church
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 7:00 pm
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Seeing is Believing: Drafting the Lasting Image Burgage Hall
  • Monday, 4th July 2022 8:00 am
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29. Fiona Stafford walk Hope End The Market House
  • Monday, 4th July 2022 9:30 am
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28. Short course for Experienced Writers led by Nicole Sealey The Heritage Centre
  • Monday, 4th July 2022 10:00 am
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30. Death Salon with Thomas Lynch The Poetry House
  • Monday, 4th July 2022 11:00 am
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31. Malvern Writers’ Circle and friends with open mic Trumpet Corner
  • Monday, 4th July 2022 2:00 pm
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32. Mererid Hopwood and Peter Florence - Dead Poets Society 1: Gabriela Mistral Burgage Hall
  • Monday, 4th July 2022 4:00 pm
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33. Polly Atkin and Hannah Hodgson: Reading and conversation on illness, health and death Online event
  • Monday, 4th July 2022 6:00 pm
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34. Feminista! Open Reading and Musical Celebration Burgage Hall
  • Monday, 4th July 2022 8:00 pm
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35. Literary Landmarks Minibus Tour The Market House
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 10:00 am
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36. Mererid Hopwood and Owen Sheers Dead Poets Society 2: Aneirin and Taliesin Burgage Hall
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 1:00 pm
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37. Poems of the Past: using historical research in your poetry Workshop with Ruth Stacey The Heritage Centre
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 3:00 pm
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38. Voyages of the Mind: Camino de Santiago in music and poetry Burgage Hall
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 3:30 pm
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39. Odes to the Ledbury Bells St Michael and All Angels Church
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 5:45 pm
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40. The Hidden Life of Dorothy Wordsworth with Polly Atkin Online event
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 6:00 pm
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41. Homend Poets Open Mic Pot & Page
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 6:30 pm
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42. It’s a Mad Madrigal St Katherines Hall
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 7:00 pm
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43. Polarbear Market Theatre
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 7:30 pm
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44. ‘What’s in a name? Tips for giving your poem a title’ Workshop with Jack McGowan The Heritage Centre
  • Wednesday, 6th July 2022 10:00 am
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45. Ledbury Poetry Community Sharing Showcase hosted by Sara Jane Arbury Online event
  • Wednesday, 6th July 2022 10:30 am
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46. Poetry Performance Skills with Jasmine Gardosi The Heritage Centre
  • Wednesday, 6th July 2022 12:30 pm
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47. Michael Rosen, Many Different Kinds of Love: A Story of Life, Death and the NHS. Community Hall
  • Wednesday, 6th July 2022 2:00 pm
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48. Sealey Residency Showcase The Poetry House
  • Wednesday, 6th July 2022 4:00 pm
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49. Michael Wood Dead Poets Society 3, DuFu: China’s Greatest Poet. Burgage Hall
  • Wednesday, 6th July 2022 5:00 pm
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50. Dancing to Music you Hate with Jasmine Gardosi and Open Mic Market Theatre
  • Wednesday, 6th July 2022 7:00 pm
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51. Peter Sutton on his collection Elgar Country The Market House
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 9:30 am
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85. Art Exhibition: Experiential Translation Curated by Ricarda Vidal and Madeleine Campbell The Poetry House
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 11:00 am
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52. Screening: Du Fu: China's Greatest Poet Market Theatre
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 1:00 pm
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54. Multimodal Poetry Translation Workshop Led by Madeleine Campbell and Ricarda Vidal The Poetry House
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 2:00 pm
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53. Screening: Ovid: The Poet and The Emperor Market Theatre
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 2:30 pm
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55. Maria Galina reading and in conversation with Sasha Dugdale Online event
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 4:00 pm
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56. Odes to the Ledbury Bells St Michael and All Angels Church
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 5:45 pm
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57. John Mitchinson & Andy Miller Dead Poets Society 4: Backlisted – Christopher Logue’s War Music Burgage Hall
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 6:00 pm
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58. Harry Baker and Gecko Burgage Hall
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 8:00 pm
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59. Catherine Swire walks two poems from Soil The Market House
  • Friday, 8th July 2022 9:30 am
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60. Workshop with Jessica Mookherjee Translating the Self & Interpreting Life: beauty in otherness The Heritage Centre
  • Friday, 8th July 2022 10:00 am
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Weekend Pass Friday 8th - Sunday 10th July 2022
  • Friday, 8th July 2022 10:00 am
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61. The Unusual and Unexplained: workshop with Anthony Anaxagorou The Heritage Centre
  • Friday, 8th July 2022 2:00 pm
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62. Daphne Astor and Sasha Dugdale with Claire Armitstead Dead Poets Society 5: Irina Ratushinskaya Burgage Hall
  • Friday, 8th July 2022 2:00 pm
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63. John Hegley's Biscuit of Destiny: Inspired by the life and work of John Keats Community Hall
  • Friday, 8th July 2022 4:00 pm
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64. The Long Form Poem: Accessibility, Class and Strangeness Anthony Anaxagorou and Holly Pester Burgage Hall
  • Friday, 8th July 2022 6:00 pm
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65. Caleb Femi: Poor Burgage Hall
  • Friday, 8th July 2022 8:00 pm
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67. Embodied Poetry Workshop with Em Strang The Heritage Centre
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 10:00 am
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66. John Hegley with I am a Poetatoe Community Hall
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 11:00 am
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68. The Power of Endings with Elaine Beckett, Greta Stoddart, Gill Barr and Helen Evans Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 11:00 am
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69. Versopolis: A Celebration of European Poetry with Johanna Venho from Finland and Iryna Tsilyk from Ukraine Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 1:00 pm
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70. Desert Island Poems with Alistair McGowan Community Hall
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 3:00 pm
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71. Poetry Claudine Toutoungi and Emma Purshouse Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 3:00 pm
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72. Jessica Mookherjee and Maria Jastrzebska: reading and conversation on Foreignness and Assimilation. Hosted by Ledbury Poetry Critic Sarala Estruch. Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 5:00 pm
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73. Chris Riddell and A.F. Harrold Community Hall
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 6:45 pm
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74. Ledbury Poetry Slam! Market Theatre
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 8:30 pm
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76. Kayo Chingonyi and Victoria Adukwei Bulley Burgage Hall
  • Sunday, 10th July 2022 11:00 am
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78. What Can you Find in a Poet’s Beard? Chris Riddell and A.F. Harrold Community Hall
  • Sunday, 10th July 2022 11:00 am
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75. Ledbury Celebration 2022! St Katherines Car Park
  • Sunday, 10th July 2022 11:00 am
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77. Workshop: Finding Words for the Pandemic The Poetry House
  • Sunday, 10th July 2022 12:00 pm
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79. Em Strang, Alyson Hallett and Iain Galbraith: What Gladness Can Poetry Offer Us? Burgage Hall
  • Sunday, 10th July 2022 1:00 pm
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80. Vidyan Ravinthiran and Seni Seneviratne: Sri Lankan and Diasporic Poetry Burgage Hall
  • Sunday, 10th July 2022 3:00 pm
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81. Another Time This Time Directed by John London and Karen Morash Market Theatre
  • Sunday, 10th July 2022 5:00 pm
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82. Heavy is the head that wears the Crown The Poetry House
  • Tuesday, 12th July 2022 5:00 pm
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Ledbury Poetry Festival 2022

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01. Hollie McNish and Michael Pedersen Community Hall
  • Thursday, 30th June 2022 7:00 pm

The Ted Hughes Award-winning author of Nobody Told Me, Hollie McNish returns with Slug, a new collection of poetry and prose. From Finnish saunas and soppy otters to grief, grandparents and Kellogg’s anti-masturbation pants, Hollie ‘writes with honesty, conviction, humour and love.’ (Kae Tempest). She appears with Michael Pedersen, prize-winning Scottish poet, scribbler, stitcher. He’s unfurled (more…)

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84. Ledbury BookArts 22 The Weaver's Gallery
  • Friday, 1st July 2022 10:00 am

A ‘handling’ exhibition of artists books, created by 13 Ledbury based artists from the collective Ledbury BookArts  who use a diverse range of materials and processes. Open throughout the festival. (more…)

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Weekend Pass Friday 1st - Sunday 3rd July 2022
  • Friday, 1st July 2022 10:00 am

Many our weekend events can be attended using a weekend pass.  You can buy them for each of the two weekends of the festival and they are valid for the events listed below.  No need to book the event – just turn up with your weekend pass. *If you want to watch any Weekend Pass (more…)

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02. Valzhyna Mort: Music for the Dead and Resurrected Reading and conversation with Sandeep Parmar Burgage Hall
  • Friday, 1st July 2022 5:00 pm

‘A striking study of what Belarus can teach the world about state violence, collective memory, and the role of poetry in fighting tyranny … Music for the Dead and Resurrected feels like its own monument, not only to Belarusians but also to victims of state violence around the world’ (The New Yorker). The poet asks: (more…)

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03. Simon Armitage Community Hall
  • Friday, 1st July 2022 7:00 pm

Join us for a special evening as Poet Laureate Simon Armitage reads from a selection of poems going back over three decades, plus new work including commissioned Laureate poems, extracts from his highly engaging new translation of The Owl and the Nightingale and poems from (more…)

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04. Sonnets for Albert: with Anthony Joseph performing alongside Jason Yarde (Saxophones/Electronics) and Rod Youngs (Drums) Burgage Hall
  • Friday, 1st July 2022 8:30 pm

A magical, musically highlighted spoken word performance with poet Anthony Joseph and virtuoso musicians playing improvised jazz. Sonnets for Albert remixes the form in a set of elegies for the poet’s father that navigate absentee fatherhood and masculine fragility As a poet, musician and novelist, Anthony Joseph has produced an extraordinary body of work including (more…)

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07. Poetry Translation Breakfast: Readings and conversation over coffee and croissant The Poetry House
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 9:30 am

Habib Tengour, the poet, sociologist and anthropologist is one of the most visionary voices of post-colonial Algeria. His poetry is steeped in the imaginative and cultural geography of the Maghreb: exile and dislocation only serving to heighten its musical registers. The Poetry Translation Centre is delighted to present Consolatio, a new bilingual publication of English (more…)

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08. Tree Whispers St Michael and All Angels Church
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 11:00 am

Meet at St Michael’s and All Angels Church Suitable for children aged 7-12 attending with an adult. Wet weather shelter available. Our leaves rustle, Our roots whisper. Shhhh… Listen… If you were a tree, What would you whisper to me? Join Tree Whisperer Mandy Ross outdoors to meet and listen to local trees. We’ll translate (more…)

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09. Transforming Photographs into Poetry: Workshop with Sarah Wimbush The Heritage Centre
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 11:00 am

Using pictures from family albums, journalism, art and the natural world, participants will study snapshots, professional photos and photo poems to explore how moments captured in time can be used as a lens for writing new poetry. The workshop will focus on how to read a photograph; how to investigate the transience of images caught (more…)

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10. Polish Translation Duel with Bohdan Piasecki and Anna Blasiak hosted by Clare Pollard Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 11:00 am

Two poet-translators use their pens as swords in this duel of words. Join Clare Pollard  as Anna Blasiak and Bohdan Piasecki’s   translations from the Polish of contemporary poet Aneta Kaminska battle it out. A translation duel is a great way to learn about the dangers and thrills of translation! Live Streamed on Zoom      (more…)

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05. Coat of Hopes Open Mic Readings The Poetry House
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 11:00 am

The themes for these Open Mics are ‘griefs, remembrances, prayers and hopes in the face of the climate and ecological emergency. Inspired by the Coat of Hopes project https://www.coatofhopes.uk/ you will hear the story of the coat and see the 500 patches that decorate it. Readers can take turns to wear the coat and read (more…)

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11. Nicole Sealey and Kevin Young Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 1:00 pm

A poet who can move from the deeply personal to the mythic and historic without losing the impact of either, American poet Nicole Sealey is the author of Ordinary Beast, finalist for the PEN Open Book Award. Her honours include the 2021 Forward Prize for Best Single Poem. She is the instigator of the world (more…)

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12. Writing the Green Canopy with Mandy Ross St Michael and All Angels Church
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 2:00 pm

Adult workshop with Mandy Ross. Options to shorten the walk if you prefer. Wet weather shelter available. Under, over and through the summer tree canopy, we’ll write outdoors among the trees in Ledbury’s streets, gardens and wild woodland. Starting from the church grounds, bell tower and walled garden, we’ll take a short walk up to (more…)

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06. Family Fun Event, to celebrate 20 years since Ledbury was Twinned with Strömstad in Sweden. Ledbury Recreation Ground
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 2:30 pm

Dancing around a Swedish style Midsummer Pole, bring a picnic etc. in much the way they do in Sweden at Midsummer.   We will have some of our Swedish visitors here to encourage and assist. Children’s craft activities. Ledbury Swifts Under 18 Girls  Footballers Children’s Activities ahead of their visit to Strömstad to take part in (more…)

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13. Forrest Gander and James Byrne Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 3:00 pm

Readings and conversation ranging across place and displacement, intimacy and loss, self and other. James Byrne is a poet, editor, translator and visual artist. His most recent poetry collections are Places you Leave and Of Breaking Glass. He co-edited Voice Recognition: 21 Poets for the 21st  Century and (with the author) he co-translated Libyan poet (more…)

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14. Sarah Hymas and Jason Allen-Paisant: Reading and conversation Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 5:00 pm

Shortlisted for the Ledbury Munthe Poetry Prize for Second Collections, “Water that sings/ through blood and brain” permeates the mesmerizing series of contemplative poems in Sarah Hymas’s melt. The judges praised the book as ‘A triumph of imagery interweave, human and sea, these moving poems employ lush, melodious language, rhythmic pacing, a hypnotic sense of attentive presence.’ (more…)

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15. Somali Poetry Modern Poetry in Translation Summer Launch Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 7:00 pm

Join Modern Poetry in Translation’s editor Clare Pollard to celebrate the launch of our summer issue, which has a Somali focus. With Ibrahim Hirsi sharing new translations, Hibaq Osman reading poetry inspired by her poetic inheritance, and chance to discuss Somali language, form and the poetry of the diaspora. Ibrahim Hirsi is a student and (more…)

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16. Brian Bilston Community Hall
  • Saturday, 2nd July 2022 9:00 pm

Brian Bilston has been described as the Banksy of poetry and Twitter’s unofficial Poet Laureate; with over 150,000 followers on social media, Brian has become truly beloved by the online community. His most recent collection, Alexa, What Is There To Know About Love? is described by one reviewer as ‘the funniest collection of humorous verse I have seen in a (more…)

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17. David Colmer and Radna Fabias The Heritage Centre
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 10:00 am

Join leading translator David Colmer, together with Dutch poet and translator herself, Radna Fabias, as they guide you through the unique process of literary translation. The workshop will give you the opportunity to translate a Dutch poem and render it in English. As well as covering the myriad of considerations and complexities that are taken (more…)

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18. 50 Ways to Score a Goal with Brian Bilston Community Hall
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 10:30 am

Full of poems that will make you giggle about all things football, including being left out of the World Cup squad, mum’s opinion on Messi vs Ronaldo. 50 Ways to Score a Goal and Other Football Poems includes witty chants, a haiku or two, and fun shape poems about the beautiful game. Laugh together through the (more…)

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19. Reviewing the Reviews, with special guest Kevin Young, The New Yorker’s Poetry Editor and Ledbury Critic Oluwaseun Olayiwola Burgage Hall
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 11:00 am

What is the Role of the Poetry Critic? How do poetry reviews reflect diversity and the value of poetry in society? Who are they written for? Panel discussion with Kevin Young, Sandeep Parmar, Sarah Howe and Ledbury Poetry Critic Oluwaseun Olayiwola. Live streamed to Zoom Weekend Pass Event           (more…)

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20. Poetry Reading: Alex Dimitrov and Deborah Landau Burgage Hall
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 1:00 pm

Deborah Landau is a professor and director of the Creative Writing Program at New York University. Her latest collection, Soft Targets follows two others in the US, The Uses of the Body and The Last Usable Hour. Deborah Landau has developed a style of writing poetry that reminds me of Maggie Nelson and Anne Carson, these long poems (more…)

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22. Poets Passing HereAbouts The Poetry House
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 2:00 pm

The HereAbouts Poets of the Herefordshire Stanza present poems influenced by the poets who have passed through the area over the centuries.   (more…)

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23. Into writing with Writer’s Imaginarium facilitator Sarah Hymas St Michael and All Angels Church
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 2:00 pm

Focusing on the early, expansive stage of writing: connecting with our place in the world and unearthing who else shares it with us and how they might be involved in our creative processes and influences. This is an opportunity to sit and wander / wonder with other writers, to water our ideas in ways that (more…)

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24. Wagtail Women: Jo Clement, Raine Geoghegan and Sarah Wimbush Burgage Hall
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 3:00 pm

Hear three poets with forthcoming collections read and hold conversations about their work with [Ledbury Critic]. Dr Jo Clement has published and broadcast her works with The Travellers’ Times and BBC Radio. Her first book-length collection, Outlandish confronts Romantic impressions of British Gypsy ethnicity and lyrically lays them to rest. Raine Geoghegan is a UK-born poet, writer and (more…)

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25. Identity and Womanhood: Readings and conversation with Anne Vegter, Simone Atangana Bekono, Radna Fabias Burgage Hall
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 5:00 pm

The vitality of contemporary Dutch poetry is nowhere better experienced than through the work of Simone Atangana Bekono, Radna Fabias and Anne Vegter. Simone Atangana Bekono’s poems explore myth, history, identity and womanhood through a fascinating collage of voices and imagery in her debut chapbook How the first sparks became visible (tr. David Colmer). Radna (more…)

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26. John Murillo and Thomas Lynch Burgage Hall
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 7:00 pm

Two Americans poets. Thomas Lynch, poet, essayist and undertaker, reads from Bone Rosary which brings together the extraordinary work of a lifetime. Lyrical, elegiac poems that describe the dead citizens of his hometown, his family relationships, and scenes and myths from his Irish Catholic upbringing. John Murillo’s collections are Kontemporary and Amerikan Poetry and Up Jump (more…)

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27. It’s a Mad Madrigal The Baptist Church
  • Sunday, 3rd July 2022 7:00 pm

A madcap trip through the poetry and music of English madrigals composed and sung in the final decade of the 16th Century. The Elizabethan court was a treasury of Renaissance poetry and music, when courtiers vied for the attention of their queen and each other; Shakespeare’s first twenty-one plays were presented on the London Stage; (more…)

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Seeing is Believing: Drafting the Lasting Image Burgage Hall
  • Monday, 4th July 2022 8:00 am

In The Poet’s Companion, Kim Addonizio and Dorianne Laux argue that images should “produce a bit of magic, a reality so real it is ‘like being alive twice.’” As poets, after mining our respective memories, how do we deepen a reader’s experience with the poem via the image? How does one draft a lasting image? This workshop will (more…)

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29. Fiona Stafford walk Hope End The Market House
  • Monday, 4th July 2022 9:30 am

Professor Fiona Stafford, author of The Long, Long life of Trees and Stories of Trees, Woods and      Forests, takes a walk around trees in the local rural landscape that have given inspiration to poets and writers through the ages. Further details on the website. Bus leaves Ledbury at 9.30am from The Market House (more…)

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28. Short course for Experienced Writers led by Nicole Sealey The Heritage Centre
  • Monday, 4th July 2022 10:00 am

Short Course for Experienced Writers Led by Nicole Sealey, Monday 4 July – Wednesday 6 July, £70 On this short course participants will have the opportunity to workshop two poems. One with the group on the first day and one in an individual feedback session with Nicole Sealey. Therefore you will need to come prepared (more…)

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30. Death Salon with Thomas Lynch The Poetry House
  • Monday, 4th July 2022 11:00 am

Thomas Lynch chronicles of smalltown’ life and death through the eyes of a poet who is also an undertaker. He will chat about his writing and work on last things and funerals and enable an open conversation on subjects ranging from couplets to corpses that will be lively and invigorating.   (more…)

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31. Malvern Writers’ Circle and friends with open mic Trumpet Corner
  • Monday, 4th July 2022 2:00 pm

A friendly and welcoming space to share your own poems and hear the work of local writers.   (more…)

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32. Mererid Hopwood and Peter Florence - Dead Poets Society 1: Gabriela Mistral Burgage Hall
  • Monday, 4th July 2022 4:00 pm

Mererid Hopwood, the great Welsh language poet and Professor of Languages, the first woman to win both the Bardic Chair and the Crown at the National Eisteddfod, introduces the life and work of the Chilean poet, who in 1945 became the first Hispano-American winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature. Strong and intensely human, Mistral’s (more…)

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33. Polly Atkin and Hannah Hodgson: Reading and conversation on illness, health and death Online event
  • Monday, 4th July 2022 6:00 pm

Polly Atkin lives in Cumbria. Her collections include Basic Nest Architecture and Shadow Dispatches which won the Mslexia Poetry Pamphlet prize and a biography Recovering Dorothy: The Hidden Life of Dorothy Wordsworth. She is working on a memoir exploring place, belonging and disability. Much With Body, her second collection ‘spotlights at last difficult and nuanced experiences so often (more…)

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34. Feminista! Open Reading and Musical Celebration Burgage Hall
  • Monday, 4th July 2022 8:00 pm

A unique celebration of poetry and music created and composed by women! Harpist Olivia Jageurs performs music by female composers across the ages. The audience is invited to bring their own contributions of poems to read, either by themselves or by treasured female poets. There will be selections from a Baroque suite, a fiery Spanish fandango (more…)

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35. Literary Landmarks Minibus Tour The Market House
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 10:00 am

A non-stop minibus tour with Peter Arscott explores the countryside and hamlets that inspired the poetry of Masefield, Langland, Barrett Browning, Robert Frost, Edward Thomas and so many others. Departs at 10 am from the Market House in Ledbury. (more…)

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36. Mererid Hopwood and Owen Sheers Dead Poets Society 2: Aneirin and Taliesin Burgage Hall
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 1:00 pm

Two celebrated Welsh Poets  introduce the work of two great Medieval bards of sixth century Wales, whose work is celebrated in the Llyfr Aneirin – The Book of Aneirin, which includes his most famous work – Y Gododdin and Llyfr Taliesin – The Book of Taliesin.  Live streamed to Zoom Sponsored by Mrs Annie Titmas  (more…)

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37. Poems of the Past: using historical research in your poetry Workshop with Ruth Stacey The Heritage Centre
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 3:00 pm

In this workshop Ruth Stacey will guide you through creating some poem drafts from archive material.       (more…)

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38. Voyages of the Mind: Camino de Santiago in music and poetry Burgage Hall
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 3:30 pm

A musical journey along the Camino de Santiago walking route with harpist Olivia Jageurs, starting with the music of Claude Debussy and Lili Boulanger, ending with the beloved Rodrigo guitar concerto reworked for the harp by jazz harpist Dorothy Ashby. Actor Alex Knox will guide the audience along the pilgrimage route with prose and poetry (more…)

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39. Odes to the Ledbury Bells St Michael and All Angels Church
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 5:45 pm

Tim and Mary Anne Keyes will read Tim’s ten “Odes to the Ledbury Bells” in the dramatic setting of the bellchamber itself where his poems, rather like a condensed and leavened history lesson, will reveal the history and character of each bell and trace its record of sponsorship.  If you can manage a climb of (more…)

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40. The Hidden Life of Dorothy Wordsworth with Polly Atkin Online event
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 6:00 pm

Dorothy Wordsworth is well known as the author of the Grasmere and Alfoxden Journals (1798–1803) and as the sister of the poet William Wordsworth. She is widely praised for her nature writing and is often remembered as a woman of great physical vitality. Less well known, however, is that Dorothy became seriously ill in 1829 (more…)

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41. Homend Poets Open Mic Pot & Page
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 6:30 pm

An open evening for poets to perform and share poems in a friendly, intimate space. Food and drink available. (more…)

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42. It’s a Mad Madrigal St Katherines Hall
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 7:00 pm

A madcap trip through the poetry and music of English madrigals composed and sung in the final decade of the 16th Century.  The Elizabethan court was a treasury of Renaissance poetry and music, when courtiers vied for the attention of their queen and each other; Shakespeare’s first twenty-one plays were presented on the London Stage; (more…)

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43. Polarbear Market Theatre
  • Tuesday, 5th July 2022 7:30 pm

Steven Camden aka Polarbear is an award winning poet, novelist, playwright and collaborator, as    well as being an internationally acclaimed spoken word artist. In that guise, Polarbear will be performing a retrospective of his work, best loved pieces, prior to the release of a ‘Time Capsule’ of his work called The Lost Chronicle later (more…)

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44. ‘What’s in a name? Tips for giving your poem a title’ Workshop with Jack McGowan The Heritage Centre
  • Wednesday, 6th July 2022 10:00 am

This workshop will explore how titles can help your reader to unlock the thematic domain of poem.  Through evaluating the titles of a selection of classic and contemporary poems, we will investigate strategies to assist you in the often tricky and occasionally torturous task of titling. Jack McGowan is Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing for (more…)

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45. Ledbury Poetry Community Sharing Showcase hosted by Sara Jane Arbury Online event
  • Wednesday, 6th July 2022 10:30 am

Sara-Jane Arbury hosts this event featuring participants and poetry from across the Festival’s vibrant Community Programme. From Segments and Poetry and Pictures, expect a kaleidoscope of words, images, memories and experiences shared in poetry.     (more…)

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46. Poetry Performance Skills with Jasmine Gardosi The Heritage Centre
  • Wednesday, 6th July 2022 12:30 pm

There are endless ways to add new texture to our work in performance to make it come alive on stage. Even if we don’t consider ourselves ‘spoken word poets’, we can all learn how to convey our poems in a way that does more justice to its power. This workshop with Jasmine Gardosi will help (more…)

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47. Michael Rosen, Many Different Kinds of Love: A Story of Life, Death and the NHS. Community Hall
  • Wednesday, 6th July 2022 2:00 pm

In March 2020, Michael Rosen became unwell. Soon he was struggling to breathe, and he was admitted to hospital with coronavirus. What followed was months on the wards: a month in an induced coma, and weeks of rehab and recovery as the NHS saved his life, and then got him back on his feet. Throughout (more…)

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48. Sealey Residency Showcase The Poetry House
  • Wednesday, 6th July 2022 4:00 pm

A showcase of poems by participants of the Sealey Residency, including those that have been developed through the workshopping process. This is a chance to make unexpected discoveries and hear work that is fresh and invigorated! (more…)

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49. Michael Wood Dead Poets Society 3, DuFu: China’s Greatest Poet. Burgage Hall
  • Wednesday, 6th July 2022 5:00 pm

“There’s Dante, there’s Shakespeare, and there’s Du Fu’ says Stephen Owen, author of first complete translation into English of Du Fu, China’s most famous and most loved poet. China’s tradition of poetry is one of the oldest living -the Book of Songs is earlier  than the Iliad. Du Fu (712-770) was a minor civil servant  who became a (more…)

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50. Dancing to Music you Hate with Jasmine Gardosi and Open Mic Market Theatre
  • Wednesday, 6th July 2022 7:00 pm

Poetry. Beatbox. Celtic dubstep Jasmine Gardosi is an award-winning spoken word poet, beatboxer and multiple slam champion of national and international renown. This is her brand new, debut show about gender identity, coming to terms with queerness, and finding the words. Commissioned by Warwick Arts Centre, it has received straight standing ovations since premiering in (more…)

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51. Peter Sutton on his collection Elgar Country The Market House
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 9:30 am

A walk over the summits of the northern Malvern Hills which so inspired the composer Elgar, with the poet Peter Sutton who captures the marvellous words of poets, the sounds of the earth, as well as the magical music of Elgar. Bus leaves Ledbury at 9.30am from The Market House, Ledbury and will return to (more…)

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85. Art Exhibition: Experiential Translation Curated by Ricarda Vidal and Madeleine Campbell The Poetry House
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 11:00 am

This exhibition brings together a collection of artworks which investigate translation as an experiential, sensory, multimodal and intermedial event. The works were created as part of an international collaboration between artists, writers, translators and academics which also included public workshops. Together we trained our eyes to hear and our ears to see in order to translate (more…)

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52. Screening: Du Fu: China's Greatest Poet Market Theatre
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 1:00 pm

From the Yellow River to the Yangtze gorges and down to the forested plains of Hunan, Michael Wood travels in the footsteps of China’s most loved poet. Born in 712, the age of Beowulf in Britain, Du Fu lived through the violent fall of China’s brilliant Tang Dynasty. A minor official, he took to the (more…)

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54. Multimodal Poetry Translation Workshop Led by Madeleine Campbell and Ricarda Vidal The Poetry House
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 2:00 pm

https://experientialtranslation.net The translation of poetry is notoriously difficult and is, by some, even regarded as a futile endeavour. Poetry, after all, is intricately connected to the language of composition, its sounds, structures, ambiguities, its melody, its feel… This exploratory workshop will draw on intersemiotic resources (i.e. the translation between different sign systems or media) in (more…)

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53. Screening: Ovid: The Poet and The Emperor Market Theatre
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 2:30 pm

One of the world’s  greatest storytellers, Ovid died in exile 2000 years ago. He rose to spectacular fame with his poems Love Affairs and The Art of Love. His greatest and most influential work Metamorphoses, a compendium of the greatest tales of Greek myth, made him a literary superstar in Rome and has captivated the (more…)

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55. Maria Galina reading and in conversation with Sasha Dugdale Online event
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 4:00 pm

Ledbury Poetry Festival alumna Maria Galina is a poet, novelist and science Fiction writer, living in Odessa, Ukraine. She discusses and reads from new poetic work and talks with translator and poet Sasha Dugdale about the Russian invasion of Ukraine and living and working in a war zone. Online Zoom event (more…)

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56. Odes to the Ledbury Bells St Michael and All Angels Church
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 5:45 pm

Tim and Mary Anne Keyes will read Tim’s ten “Odes to the Ledbury Bells” in the dramatic setting of the bellchamber itself where his poems, rather like a condensed and leavened history lesson, will reveal the history and character of each bell and trace its record of sponsorship.  If you can manage a climb of (more…)

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57. John Mitchinson & Andy Miller Dead Poets Society 4: Backlisted – Christopher Logue’s War Music Burgage Hall
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 6:00 pm

In a special live edition of the leading books podcast Backlisted, hosts John Mitchinson and Andy Miller discuss Christopher Logue’s ‘War Music: An Account of Homer’s Iliad’, Books 16-19 with Peter Florence and the NYT bestselling author of A Thousand Ships and Pandora’s Jar, Natalie Haynes, superstar classicist and creator of BBC Radio 4’s Natalie (more…)

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58. Harry Baker and Gecko Burgage Hall
  • Thursday, 7th July 2022 8:00 pm

Singer storyteller Gecko bring his whimsical rhyming tales to Ledbury, as he releases his second  album Climbing Frame, with playful songs that cover the big things in life with wit and warmth. Gecko has previously appeared at Glastonbury, BBC Radio 1 and 6 Music. He has shared stages with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Loyle (more…)

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59. Catherine Swire walks two poems from Soil The Market House
  • Friday, 8th July 2022 9:30 am

Join author Catherine Swire as we follow two of the poetry walks from her outstanding debut collection Soil. In a walk that goes over the summit of British Camp and down to Little Malvern Priory, Catherine will read from the poems and share her unique reflections on the complex relationship between loss and landscape, history and myth. (more…)

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60. Workshop with Jessica Mookherjee Translating the Self & Interpreting Life: beauty in otherness The Heritage Centre
  • Friday, 8th July 2022 10:00 am

Poetry can provide a space in which we can experience our strangeness and difference to the world around us. This workshop will explore how – through poetry we can translate ourselves into being. We will explore the concepts of otherness and difference by noticing the way translation works – and how we translate ourselves into our own unique (more…)

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Weekend Pass Friday 8th - Sunday 10th July 2022
  • Friday, 8th July 2022 10:00 am

Many our weekend events can be attended using a weekend pass.  You can buy them for each of the two weekends of the festival and they are valid for the events listed below.  No need to book the event – just turn up with your weekend pass. *If you want to watch any Weekend Pass (more…)

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61. The Unusual and Unexplained: workshop with Anthony Anaxagorou The Heritage Centre
  • Friday, 8th July 2022 2:00 pm

In this workshop participants will consider the ways strangeness works in poetry. Is it a device used to bamboozle, alienate and exclude readers, or is there a more democratic, plural element to poems which are perceived as being difficult? Anthony Anaxagorou will be asking how we as readers can participate in such poems in a (more…)

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62. Daphne Astor and Sasha Dugdale with Claire Armitstead Dead Poets Society 5: Irina Ratushinskaya Burgage Hall
  • Friday, 8th July 2022 2:00 pm

In this final session discussing the life and work of the giants on whose shoulders contemporary writer’s stand, we consider the Odessa-born dissident poet Irina Ratushinskaya with her friend, the poet, poetry curator and publisher Daphne Astor, the poet and Russian translator, Sasha Dugdale and Claire Armitstead, Associate Editor at The Guardian. Ratushinskaya was sentenced in March (more…)

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63. John Hegley's Biscuit of Destiny: Inspired by the life and work of John Keats Community Hall
  • Friday, 8th July 2022 4:00 pm

A chance to munch on this show before its full Edinburgh Fringe run this summer. John Keats met a woman in Ireland, being carried in a kind of mobile kennel. The Romantic poet observed that she seemed to be suffering from a scarcity of biscuit. Her history and sensations are investigated, alongside those of Keats (more…)

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64. The Long Form Poem: Accessibility, Class and Strangeness Anthony Anaxagorou and Holly Pester Burgage Hall
  • Friday, 8th July 2022 6:00 pm

Anthony Anaxagorou ‘combines the poet’s trained eye for incongruity with a relentless search for knowledge’. Witty and wide-ranging. Heritage Aesthetics draws from Anthony’s family’s migratory histories – between Cyprus and the UK – to interrogate patriarchy, xenophobia and national divides. Anaxagorou unpacks the travelogues of colonial writers and military men alongside experiences of racism in (more…)

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65. Caleb Femi: Poor Burgage Hall
  • Friday, 8th July 2022 8:00 pm

‘Restlessly inventive, brutally graceful, startlingly beautiful … a landmark debut’..The Guardian    ‘It’s simply stunning. Every image is a revelation’ Terrance Hayes What is it like to grow up in a place where the same police officer who told your primary school class they were special, stops and searches you at 13 because ‘you fit (more…)

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67. Embodied Poetry Workshop with Em Strang The Heritage Centre
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 10:00 am

“If art is created with the whole person, then the art will come out whole”..  – S. Nachmanovitch        Embodied Poetry is a body-centred exploration of the reading, performing and writing of poetry. It offers a combination of a rigorous, intellectual approach to poetry, alongside and in equal measure to, a somatic experience (more…)

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66. John Hegley with I am a Poetatoe Community Hall
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 11:00 am

A performance for anyone who has ever been Seven from John Hegley’s children’s books: I am A  Poetato and Stanley’s Stick along with the unpublished Supersonic Sofa and A Snail Tale For Abbigale.          Photo credit: Polly Hancock (more…)

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68. The Power of Endings with Elaine Beckett, Greta Stoddart, Gill Barr and Helen Evans Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 11:00 am

Elaine Beckett, Greta Stoddart, Gill Barr, and Helen Evans explore the challenge of when and how to end a poem. Reading from their own and others’ work, the effects of different types of endings are unwrapped, and considered in relation to the wider cycle of life and death. Live streamed on Zoom Weekend Pass Event Sponsored (more…)

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69. Versopolis: A Celebration of European Poetry with Johanna Venho from Finland and Iryna Tsilyk from Ukraine Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 1:00 pm

A celebration of European poetry, showcasing poets from Finald and Ukraine. Johanna Venho and Iryna                                                    Tsilik are highly respected in their own country, garlanded with awards and prizes, and the (more…)

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70. Desert Island Poems with Alistair McGowan Community Hall
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 3:00 pm

Alistair McGowan is an impressionist, actor, writer of jokes, plays and sketches, stand-up comedian  and, latterly, pianist. His early career on Spitting Image and The Big Impression, two of TV’s most popular shows, made him a household name. An inspired and inspiring entertainer, Alistair will share the poems he has treasured most throughout his life (more…)

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71. Poetry Claudine Toutoungi and Emma Purshouse Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 3:00 pm

Claudine Toutoungi is the winner of the Ledbury Munthe Poetry Prize for Second Collections. According to the judges, Two Tongues is often hilarious, frequently offbeat and utterly original. Her control of language, her wit, her dexterity of line and image… revolve around her subjects with a maturity and elegance that isn’t afraid to step into the (more…)

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72. Jessica Mookherjee and Maria Jastrzebska: reading and conversation on Foreignness and Assimilation. Hosted by Ledbury Poetry Critic Sarala Estruch. Burgage Hall
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 5:00 pm

Exploring the poetics of foreignness and assimilation, the poetry of witness, and how the body and land and borders appear in their poetry. Jessica Mookherjee and Maria Jastrzebska will also discuss how they express the themes of illness, and survival in the context of creating spaces for multiple poetic identities in a global and fragmented (more…)

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73. Chris Riddell and A.F. Harrold Community Hall
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 6:45 pm

For this special evening event, as A.F. Harrold reads a selection of poems Chris Riddell will create art before your very eyes. Expect classic poems we all know and love along with new, contemporary and unexpected pieces. Renowned illustrator, political cartoonist and children’s author, Chris Riddell has compiled three best-selling poetry anthologies, Poems to Live (more…)

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74. Ledbury Poetry Slam! Market Theatre
  • Saturday, 9th July 2022 8:30 pm

Join the Master and Mistress of Ceremonies, suave raconteur Steve Rooney and heavenly host Sara-Jane Arbury, for an energetic evening of good verbal vibrations as worldly wordsmiths take the page onto the stage to compete for points that lead to prizes! In this popular contest, brave bards will air their own poems in a bid (more…)

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76. Kayo Chingonyi and Victoria Adukwei Bulley Burgage Hall
  • Sunday, 10th July 2022 11:00 am

Kayo Chingonyi’s remarkable second collection follows the course of a  ‘blood condition’ as it finds its way to deeply personal grounds. From the banks of the Zambezi river to London and Leeds, these poems speak to how distance and time, nations and history, can collapse within a body. ‘A Blood Condition’ is one of the (more…)

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78. What Can you Find in a Poet’s Beard? Chris Riddell and A.F. Harrold Community Hall
  • Sunday, 10th July 2022 11:00 am

Chris Riddell, children’s author, illustrator and former Children’s Laureate, and A.F. Harrold  children’s author, poet and performer, team up to bring you an hour of the finest and funniest family-friendly live-poetry-and-drawinginess this side of your local library’s poetry section. There will be poems, doodles and the sharing of great wisdom from these two unique brains, (more…)

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75. Ledbury Celebration 2022! St Katherines Car Park
  • Sunday, 10th July 2022 11:00 am

11.00am to 5.00pm in St. Katherine’s Car Park, just off Ledbury High Street – entertainment from 12 noon Ledbury’s annual local food and drink festival takes place in the historic setting of St Katherine’s, Ledbury by our very special 15th century Master’s House. The event includes: • An outdoor food and drink market featuring the (more…)

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77. Workshop: Finding Words for the Pandemic The Poetry House
  • Sunday, 10th July 2022 12:00 pm

We want to involve the public in a creative initiative to try and take stock of what has happened over the last eighteen months whilst society has undergone large shifts because of the Covid virus, and think about how other, historical situations of pandemic can help us understand what is going on now. Participants will be (more…)

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79. Em Strang, Alyson Hallett and Iain Galbraith: What Gladness Can Poetry Offer Us? Burgage Hall
  • Sunday, 10th July 2022 1:00 pm

At this time of painful endings – climate change, political distrust, war and a global pandemic – what gladness can poetry offer us? In conversation with poet & translator, Iain Galbraith, two poets from opposite ends of the UK, Alyson Hallett and Em Strang, present compelling narratives of the redemptive powers of nature, entanglement and (more…)

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80. Vidyan Ravinthiran and Seni Seneviratne: Sri Lankan and Diasporic Poetry Burgage Hall
  • Sunday, 10th July 2022 3:00 pm

The diversification of the poetry world is a wonderful thing. But how often do we read and enjoy poems written outside the UK and the US? Seni Seneviratne and Vidyan Ravinthiran, both Sri Lankan-British poets, will read from their own work and also share poems from the anthology of Sri Lankan and diasporic poetry they’re (more…)

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81. Another Time This Time Directed by John London and Karen Morash Market Theatre
  • Sunday, 10th July 2022 5:00 pm

Another Time This Time is a collaborative performance drawing on existing texts and images from other times of pandemic and panic as well as contributions from the present. It is part of a wider, cross-disciplinary project titled Experiential Translation and is linked to the eponymous exhibition taking place at Ledbury Poetry House. In fact, some of (more…)

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82. Heavy is the head that wears the Crown The Poetry House
  • Tuesday, 12th July 2022 5:00 pm

This event is an exhibition and showcase of creative work by young people in response to the Jubilee. ‘Heavy is the Head that Wears the Crown’ features exhibitions of creative writing, film and visual art, performances of spoken word and drama made by Ledbury Poetry’s Crucial Creators Multi-disciplinary Arts Group, Hereford’s Cracked Slipper Company and (more…)

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