Live at the Library: StoryTalks from Exeter Literary Festival

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Are you a story lover? Do you like telling stories?

Leading performance writers Inua Ellams (Barbershop Chronicles) and Kieran Hurley (Beats) join acclaimed performer, storyteller and award-winning author Steven Camden (PolarBear) to discuss the process of writing for stage, screen and page.

Join us for a live stream of the event from the Exeter Literary Festival thanks to the Living Knowledge Network.

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Birmingham born Steven Camden (Polarbear) is one of the most respected spoken word artists in the UK. Performing his work internationally since 2007, Camden has graced stages from Kuala Lumpur to California. He has written and internationally toured three sell out feature length theatre pieces, featured extensively on BBC Radio 1, 3, 4 and 6 and has written three Young Adult novels for HarperCollins.

Kieran Hurley is a writer and theatre-maker based in Glasgow. He writes plays, storytelling shows that he performs, and for screen also. Recent theatre work includes Mouthpiece (Traverse Theatre, Soho Theatre), and Square Go (Paines Plough Roundabout).

Nigerian born Inua Ellams is a poet, playwright and performer, graphic artist and designer. His creative work has been recognised with a number of awards, including The Arts Council of England Award, and commissions by the Royal Shakespeare Company and National Theatre.

This event is part of Evolve, an Arts Council England funded programme

Participating libraries:

Norfolk Millennium Library
Middlesbrough Central Library
Knowledge Centre, British Library


Name: Live at the Library: StoryTalks from Exeter Literary Festival
Where: Knowledge Centre
The British Library
96 Euston Road
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When: -
Price: Free Event: £0.00
Enquiries: +44 (0)1937 546546