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Cambridge Literary Festival – On Line
Friday May 27–Sunday June 5£7.00 – £25.00
Cambridge Literary Festival invites audiences to soak up the Festival atmosphere from home! 35+ Spring Festival events with brilliant writers were filmed atvenues includingthe historic Cambridge Union and St John’s College, and are now available to watch online via the Cambridge Literary Festival website.
Highlights includeTom Gatti speaking to legendary singer-songwriter Billy Bragg, award-winning poet Daljit Nagra, and literary legend Ali Smith about the albums that shaped them; Guardian satirist John Crace musing on what Carrie sees in Boris; an unforgettable debate, organized in partnership with the New Statesman, on whether Britain gets the leaders it deserves; Junior Doctor Roopa Farooki and palliative care Doctor Rachel Clarke making a passionate case for why Covid-19 should have toppled the government; Nobel Prize for Literature Winner Abdulrazak Gurnah talking about immigrant perspectives while presenting his new novel, Afterlives; unforgettable characters seeming to strut off the page and into the room during a talk by Booker Prize Winner Douglas Stuart about his new novel. Available online to everybody from Friday 27th May –Sunday 5th June.
Individual tickets priced at £7.00. Access 35+ recorded events with a Festival Pass for just £25.00.
What's Ons are broadcast across the day at 7.50, 10.30, 1.30 and 4.30, and at weekends.
To get your event included email: Karen Stringer