Café on the Square, 6-8 Ulster Street
25th March: 6.00pm – 7.30pm (doors 5.30pm)

​Grab a free coffee and join our fun reading group with a difference!

After proving so popular at our last two festivals, Dr. Shaf Towheed from The Open University returns to lead a light-hearted discussion on how authors write about conflict. The event will focus on literature about the Troubles, with two extracts from award winning books produced by local authors Anna Burns and Tony Macaulay, followed by short extracts on writing about WW2 and contemporary conflict.

With some reading aloud, there will be the opportunity for comments and questions from participants at the end, when you will be welcome to share your thoughts. No previous knowledge is required as this is an informal, relaxed event where you will be made very welcome over a cuppa!

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date & time

Mon. 25th March
6.00pm-7.30pm
venue

venue

Café on the Square, 6-8 Ulster Street, BT1 3EW
admission

admission

This event is free

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