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New Writing South Online Workshop – with Rosie Garland
Creating Weird and Wonderful Worlds

21 November 2020
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Price: £22 / £18 (Conc/NWS Friends)

In this workshop, Rosie uses a variety of exercises and strategies to explore the intersection between queerness and weird fiction, and how it can take your own writing into fresh and exciting directions. In the words of Emily Dickinson, ‘tell the truth but tell it slant’.

https://newwritingsouth.com/events/creating-weird-and-wonderful-worlds-online-taster-workshop

Black Cat Radio: Interview with Rosie Garland ONLINE

Wednesday 18th November 2020, 20.00 GMT

Hosted by the ‘Blogging Goth’ Tim Synyster and academic Dr Claire Nally, Black Cat Radio is an hour-long broadcast of music, news and discussion on goth – as well as sibling genres like punk, metal, industrial and other alternative styles.

It’s hosted by the kind people at Star & Shadow Cinema, a DIY community collective project in the bijou enclave of Heaton, Newcastle. Every second Wednesday at 8PM GMT we transmit the show online. Each show is available to listen again so it also sidles into the ‘podcast’ category.

As well as going live, we have another first when we return on Wednesday 18th November. Dr Nally sat down for a (Zoom) chat with the exceptionally multi-talented Rosie Garland – author, performer, compere, the very first writer in residence of the gothic splendour that is the John Rylands Library, and of course singer with famed post-punk band The March Violets, amongst her very many skills.
She and Dr Nally talked about her new poetry collection What Girls Do In The Dark - Tune in on the 18th November for the next episode of Black Cat Radio to hear what they discussed!
What Girls Do In The Dark is out now via Nine Arches Press and can be purchased directly from them or ordered through your local booksellers if you wish to avoid a certain multinational online vendor on this occasion!

Ensure you’re listening every second Wednesday
https://starandshadow.org.uk/programme/event/black-cat-radio-fortnightly-goth-music-show,5160/
and join us in the chatroom to let us know just where on the gothosphere you’re tuning in from!
https://theblogginggoth.com/2020/11/11/black-cat-radio-interview-with-rosie-garland/

Guardian Poem of the Week – selected by Carol Rumens.
“Now that you are not-you” by Rosie Garland

‘A very modern, secular kind of elegy reflects on death with a surprising lightness’ - Carol Rumens.

Read the full article here - https://www.theguardian.com/books/booksblog/2020/nov/16/poem-of-the-week-now-that-you-are-not-you-by-rosie-garland

Join us to celebrate the launch of What Girls Do in the Dark by Rosie Garland

Join Rosie Garland plus guest poets Tania Hershman and Ian Humphreys to celebrate the publication of Rosie's new collection What Girls Do in the Dark.
Thursday 12 November 7.30pm (GMT)
This event will be streamed live through the Nine Arches Press YouTube channel.
https://www.youtube.com/user/NineArchesPress/videos
Those who register to 'attend' will receive an event link by email the day before the event.


What Girls Do in the Dark invites us to leap into deep space, to venture through strange night-time transformations, to discover not just outer-space, but inner space, where the body and the self are made of infinite galaxies. Rooted in the gothic imagination, mythology and the uncanny, these poems contain magnitudes and magic, feminist fables starstruck with science and astronomy.


Rosie is joined by writer Tania Hershman. How High Did She Fly was joint winner of Live Canon's 2019 Poetry Pamphlet Competition. Her hybrid particle-physics-inspired book and what if we were all allowed to disappear was published in March by Guillemot Press. Tania is also the author of Terms and Conditions (Nine Arches, 2017), a poetry chapbook and three short story collections, and co-author of Writing Short Stories: A Writers' & Artists' Companion (Bloomsbury, 2014). She is co-creator of @OnThisDayShe and curator of short story hub ShortStops.
Rosie is also joined by Ian Humphreys, a West Yorkshire based poet. His debut collection Zebra was published by Nine Arches Press in 2019. His work is widely published in journals including The Poetry Review, The Rialto and Magma. Awards include first prize in the Hamish Canham Prize, and highly commended in the Forward Prizes. Zebra was nominated for the Portico Prize. A fellow of The Complete Works, Ian’s poems are showcased in Ten: Poets of the New Generation (Bloodaxe).


More details about What Girls Do in the Dark including a link to buy can be found https://ninearchespress.com/publications/poetry-collections/what-girls-do-in-the-dark.html

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rosie-garlands-online-launch-of-what-girls-do-in-the-dark-tickets-126207854089?ref=estw

Incite Poetry
London’s best Queer poetry event is going online!

Join Incite! Online on Wednesday 21st October for a very special celebration of London’s longest running LGBTQ+ poetry event. Performance poet Hannah Chutzpah will host an evening of poetry and spoken word performances via Zoom.
With special guest Rosie Garland.

Read and recite your own work at the online open mic or simply join the audience and enjoy listening to some of the best LGBTQ spoken word around.
For event link please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://www.consortium.lgbt/event/incite-poetry/

https://www.facebook.com/IncitePoetry

Mancunian Ways Anthology launch (Fly on the Wall Press)

FRIDAY, 16 OCTOBER 2020
FROM 20:00-22:00

Zoom link below! This event will be JAM-PACKED with Mancunian performers, loud and proud. Come for the accents, the imagery, the eccentricity and the pure northern grit.

The Mancunian Ways Anthology fuses poetry, art and photography to embody the spirit of Manchester and paint a picture of the changing city. We travel from rousing celebrations of resilience (in the light of the Manchester Arena bombing), to showcases of talent throughout history (Manchester’s inventors, artists, scientists and dreamers) and ultimately enjoy a vibrant mix of creativity from this vibrant city.

In collaboration with Manchester Poetry Library & Manchester City Of Literature
Supported by Arts Council England

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/.../tZYscu6vrzorE9E9...
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

https://www.flyonthewallpoetry.co.uk/mancunian-ways-anthology

Publication day: What Girls Do in the Dark (Nine Arches Press)

Rosie Garland’s dauntless and enthralling new poetry collection, What Girls Do in the Dark, invites us to leap into deep space - across a universe where light, names, place and time become the “distance between things that stand like sisters”. We venture through strange night-time transformations, between northerly points and places of being and not-being. In a twilight alive with glimmering energy, we discover not just outer-space, but inner space – where the body and the self are made of infinite galaxies, illuminated for the briefest blink of a life.
Garland’s poetry is rooted in the realm of gothic imagination, mythology and the uncanny. It contains magnitudes and magic, feminist fables starstruck with science and astronomy. Like comets, these dazzling poems explore containment, liberation, near-misses, extinction, and ultimately, they ask what it means to escape the pull of gravity and blaze your own bright, all-consuming and astonishing path.

£9.99 – available now

https://ninearchespress.com/shop.html#!/What-Girls-Do-in-the-Dark-Rosie-Garland/p/215785787/category=8486213

ISBN: 978-1-913437-05-3
eISBN: 978-1-913437-06-0
Price £9.99
Date: 15th October 2020
Format: Paperback
Extent: 72 pp

A National Poetry Day Cabaret featuring Rosie Garland, Gregory Leadbetter & Maria Taylor, in partnership with Birmingham Literature Festival

Join contemporary poets Rosie Garland, Gregory Leadbetter and Maria Taylor in
The New Romantics: a Poetry Cabaret
Celebrating National Poetry Day and its theme of VISION.
Thursday 1st October 7.30pm (BST)
This event is available via the Nine Arches Press YouTube channel. https://youtu.be/0rjVx_G1LeM

Our trio of poets explore life, death and everything in between. Considering elements of myth, magic, the supernatural and transnatural, with poems that celebrate the contemporary gothic imagination and romanticism.
Hear these poets perform new work from their latest collections, published by Nine Arches Press. Showcasing Rosie Garland What Girls Do in the Dark, Gregory Leadbetter Maskwork and Maria Taylor Dressing for the Afterlife.
In partnership with Birmingham Literature Festival 2020.

Digital Pride Programme

Starting on Monday 17 August, celebrations of Leeds Pride will be showcased across a range of digital channels. The full programme is below:

Pride Film Festival
The University of Leeds, Leeds Arts University and Leeds Beckett University have collaborated with Hyde Park Picture House to create a self-curating LGBT+ film programme. The programme provides links to more than 25 films, both long and short form, which can be navigated as a personal mini Pride Film Festival.
We are really excited about the programme, with Leeds’ friendly, local indie cinema Hyde Park Picture house profiling a new film every day. It includes suggestions from LGBT+ author, musician, poet Rosie Garland (aka Rosie Lugosi); and members of the LGBT+ networks at the three coordinating universities.

The full film listing will go live on the University’s Medium account later this week. Follow the University of Leeds on twitter where we will be sharing all Medium articles as they go live throughout the week.

http://www.leeds.ac.uk/news/article/4653/universities_in_leeds-together_for_pride_2020

REBEL DYKES HISTORY PROJECT CiC
REBEL DYKES FILM CLUB The Hunger (1983)
Time & Location
23 Jul, 19:00 – 22:00 BST
Zoom event

The Hunger is the 1983 Tony Scott film described by Roger Ebert as “an agonizingly bad vampire movie”. The film has yet acquired cult status, not least because of its leading cast of Bowie, Catherine Deneuve and Susan Sarandon. . Some praised its bisexual and lesbian themes while others just found it erotically-charged and good-looking. Stevie Nicks recently cited it as one of her favourite moments of Bowie’s career, declaring it “creepy and strange and amazingly beautiful.”
Special Guest Rosie Garland

DIRECTOR: TONY SCOTT CAST: CATHERINE DENEUVE, DAVID BOWIE, SUSAN SARANDON1983 / 97min / 35mm
A lush vampire romance with sex and style to spare, much of it provided by stars Catherine Deneuve and David Bowie as a couple of posh, centuries-old nightclubbing New York bloodsuckers who, when one begins to show the first signs of aging, recruit assistance from Susan Sarandon’s geriatrics researcher, then find themselves in a very, very attractive throuple. Yes, that’s “Bela Lugosi’s Dead” artists Bauhaus in a brief cameo.

The Film Club runs from 7pm - 10pm (ish) BST. After a bit of an intro, you'll stream the film in your own home - the cost is around £3.50. Some films we will be sharing are free to stream.

Then we'll get together sometime around 9.30pm BST for something special.
We are delighted to welcome special guest Rosie Garland aka Rosie Lugosi!

Film Club is for dykes and allies of all genders, all generations (over 18).

https://www.rebeldykeshistoryproject.com/rebel-dykes-film-club-online

https://www.rebeldykeshistoryproject.com/event-details/rebel-dykes-film-club-the-hunger-1983

Butcher’s Dog Poetry magazine, Issue 13 launch – ONLINE

Saturday, 11 July 2020 from 19:30-21:30
Public · Hosted by
Butcher's Dog Poetry Magazine

Join us for an evening of tail-wagging fun as we celebrate the launch of our belated thirteenth issue. Zoom in from the safety of your couch, meet the latest poets to join the Dog house and hear their work.
Hosted by co-editors Aoife Lyall and Jo Clement, you'll hear brilliant poems – incl Rosie Garland’s poem ‘St Catherine’ - see the big reveal of our latest gorgeous cover art and be in with the chance of winning must-have prizes.

https://www.butchersdogmagazine.co.uk/

15.5.2020 & 8.7.2020 - ONLINE EVENT

Hippocrates Initiative for Poetry and Medicine

2020 FPM-Hippocrates Prize Open Poetry Competition
Commendations
Including – Eczema, by Rosie Garland

Poems to Live for session at 9pm
The winners in the 2020 Hippocrates will be announced by the judges during the second Poems to Live for live-streamed Zoom session which will start at 9pm, 15th May 2020. More readings, incl Eczema, by Rosie Garland on 8th July 2020.

http://hippocrates-poetry.org/the-hippocrates-prize/2020-hippocrates-prize/2020-fpm-hippocrates-prize-3/index.html

Out on the Page

16 May, 15:00 – 16:30 BST
Online Zoom Video-Conference

Guest Writer Q&A: ROSIE GARLAND | Free Event

Join award-winning writer Rosie Garland for an informal 'round-table' Q&A where we explore with Rosie, amongst other things, her experience of emerging as a writer. She will also do a short reading of her writing.

Out on the Page was set up in 2018 by Paul Bradley-Cong as an experimental project to bring together LGBTQ+ writers to write, support each other and to share information and experiences.

https://www.outonthepage.co.uk/event-details/guest-writer-q-a-rosie-garland-free-event

Festival in My House... and Yours
Paying Attention!
An Online Queer Literature Festival with Roma Havers & Friends

Free online event
7.30pm-8.30pm

Join us at 7.30pm BST, Wednesday 29 April. Head to our YouTube channel to subscribe and receive notifications.

Inspired by our Festival in My House series, we’re inviting Manchester artists to create their own micro-international festivals at home, then stream them for us during the lockdown, live and for free. This week, we’re bringing you a miniature literature festival created especially for the times in which we’re living…

Paying Attention! brings together six of the best queer writers in Manchester, working across all forms from poetry to performance and from fiction to theatre. Teaming up in pairs across the course of the evening, novelists Okechukwu Nzelu and Rosie Garland will be reading from their work, discussing their practice, reflecting, reminiscing and attempting to answer a vital question: ‘Now that you have our attention, how would you like to be read?’ Join us on Wednesday to hear from some of the city’s most exciting writers at this one-off lockdown lit-fest with a difference.

Supported by Manchester International Festival.

https://mif.co.uk/whats-on/paying-attention/

I'm very excited to be invited to be part of Kommuneity Mumbai Sunset Session.
Reading poetry alongside the wonderful Jasmine Khurana, Shruti Vyas. With music from Namit Das.
Hosted by Sheena Khalid!

Monday 27th April, 6pm India time, 1.30pm UK time.

Live on the Kommune Instagram https://www.instagram.com/kommuneity/

#homeiswheretheartis

On Weds 15th April 2020, Share A Book India Association are delighted to welcome guest author Rosie Garland on their Live Instagram feed.
She’ll be chatting with Krish Cheda, and answering live questions from the listeners.

@shareabookindia
Sharing the love of reading across the miles.
5pm India Time
12.30 UK / BST

Share A Book, India started as a campaign to make sure that reading books in school for pleasure isn't considered a luxury but a necessity! We have grown as an organisation with a simple motto in mind to enable each child to read, imagine and grow to her fullest potential.

Rosie Garland is guest lecturer at University of Northumbria, Newcastle on Tyne.

Monday 2nd March: student seminar about The Palace of Curiosities & Neo-Victorian literature. Part of Neo-Victorianism: Contemporary Literature and Culture Module. 3-6pm

Tuesday 3rd March: Creative Writing seminar (years 1-3) 11am-noon

Faculty of Arts, Design & Social Sciences
Department of Humanities
Northumbria University
Lipman Building, room 422
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8ST

Module info:
http://nuweb2.northumbria.ac.uk/live/webserv/module.php?mcr=DUPENL1&code=EL0662

Oldham LGBTQ4U Launch Night with Rosie Garland

Oldham Library
Greaves Street
Oldham
OL1 1AL

Mon, February 24, 2020
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Free event

Oldham 0LGBTQ4U
Celebrate LGBT History Month & the Launch of a new LGBT initiative @Oldham Library in partnership with LGBT Foundation

LGBT Foundation and Oldham Libraries invites you to the launch night of a new Oldham group initiative – Oldham LGBTQ4U. Meeting the last Monday of every month at Oldham Library, the group aims to bring together LGBT people, Queer people, and allies who wish to expand their social and cultural horizons. The group is open to all LGBT communities, we aim to be as inclusive as possible and to reach people who might otherwise feel socially isolated due to their age, ethnicity, identity, sexuality or gender.

To launch this new group initiative and to celebrate LGBT History Month we have invited performer, writer, and Queer historian Rosie Garland. Rosie will talk about their recent residency at John Rylands Library and the notion of ‘queering the library’, recite pieces from some of their recent work, and the importance of LGBT History month to our communities.

Tea, coffee and refreshments will be provided.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/oldham-lgbtq4u-launch-night-with-rosie-garland-tickets-93055528591?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

http://www.oldham-council.co.uk/libevent/events/view/united-kingdom/oldham/oldham-library/oldham-lgbtq4u-launch-night-with-rosie-garland

Live Literature

Bolton Central Library,
Le Mans Crescent, BL1 1SE

Tuesday 11th February: 6.30pm-8pm
Free event

The Night Brother: Rosie Garland reads from her prize-winning fiction, with an interview and Q&A

From the author of The Palace of Curiosities and Vixen comes a bold new novel exploring questions of identity, sexual equality and how well we really know ourselves. Perfect for fans of Angela Carter, Sarah Waters and Erin Morgenstern. A dazzling and provocative novel of adventure and belonging, The Night Brother lures us to the furthermost boundaries of sexual and gender identity. With echoes of Orlando and Jekyll & Hyde, this is a story about the vital importance of being honest with yourself. Every part of yourself. After all, no-one likes to be kept in the dark.

Rosie Garland writes long and short-form fiction, poetry and sings with post-punk band The March Violets. With a passion for language nurtured by libraries, she started out in spoken word, garnering praise from Apples and Snakes as ‘one of the country’s finest performance poets’. In 2011 she entered the inaugural Mslexia Novel Competition and won. This debut novel was published as The Palace of Curiosities (HarperCollins, 2013) and was nominated for both The Desmond Elliott and the Polari First Book Prize. Second novel, Vixen, was a Green Carnation Prize nominee. Third novel, The Night Brother is out now with Borough Press.

https://creativewritingattheuniversityofbolton.wordpress.com/2020/01/18/live-lit-returns-for-spring-2020/

An Evening with Rosie Garland and Friends

Manchester Central Library
St Peter's Square,
Manchester M2 5PD

07 Feb 2020
19:00 — 21:00
£2 plus booking fee

Celebrate LGBTQ History Month with the wonderful Rosie Garland and her favourite Manchester based LGBTQ performers, poets and authors!
Novelist, poet and singer with post-punk band The March Violets, Rosie Garland has a passion for language nurtured by public libraries. In 2019 Val McDermid named her as one of the Top 10 LGBTQ writers in the UK today.
Joining Rosie will be…

Okey Nzelu.
Okey Nzelu’s prose and poetry has been published in various magazines. He was the recipient of a 2015 Northern Writers’ Award for his debut novel, The Private Joys of Nnenna Maloney, a comedy about family and making mistakes.

Roma Havers
Roma Havers is a Manchester-based queer poet and performer, whose current work explores, failing bodies, outness and how poetry can shorthand memory into something new. While working with Young Identity she has been commissioned by HOME, Manchester Histories and Manchester International Festival

Afshan D’souza-Lodhi
Afshan D’souza-Lodhi was born in Dubai and is of Indian/Pakistani descent. Afshan writes plays, prose, performance pieces and occasionally passive aggressive tweets. She has worked with Manchester Lit Festival, The Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Eclipse Theatre, Paul Burston’s Polari and one day hopes to take over the world.

Helen Darby
Helen Darby is a poet from Manchester who has been appearing at spoken word nights around the North West since 2018. She has performed invited guest slots at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Lancaster Spotlight, That’s What She Said Manchester, Superbia for Manchester Pride, Manchester Museum, New Mills Festival, Stirred and the Fight Like a Girl cancer charity night at the Kings Arms in Salford.

http://www.librarylive.co.uk/event/an-evening-with-rosie-garland-and-friends/

Writing the Gothic & writing the outsider – The University of Malaga

Monday 3rd February 2020, 6pm-7pm

Faculty of Arts (LETRAS)
University of Málaga
Campus de Teatinos
29071 Málaga
SPAIN

Writing the Gothic and writing the outsider.
I’m delighted to be invited to speak at the University of Malaga.

Drawing on my three novels: The Palace of Curiosities, Vixen and The Night Brother, I will discuss the texts with students, in context of their own reading and studies.
I’ll link to Queer Studies and the overlaps between the Gothic / LGBT+ themed literature, and talk about the tensions and differences between visible and invisible difference.
With Q&A after.

https://www.uma.es/centros-listado/info/4429/facultad-de-filosofia-y-letras/?set_language=en

Thoughtworks -The Power of Asking

4, Federation House,
2 Federation St,
Manchester M4 4BF

12.15-1pm

Rosie is a successful local novelist and Writer in Residence at the iconic John Rylands Library. She has been given her own alcove in the historic Gothic reading room at John Rylands, where she is writing her latest novel. She is also a performer and has been a recognisable figure on the Manchester arts scene for a long time. She tells us the story of how she got here.

https://www.thoughtworks.com/locations/manchester

Polari Salon

New Departures,
The Hepworth Wakefield
Gallery Walk
Wakefield
West Yorkshire
WF1 5AW

Sat 18 Jan 2020, 11am - 5pm
£10 / £7.50 Members / £5 Students

Polari Salon Presents - Paul Burston, Rosie Garland & VG Lee
3.15pm – 4.15pm

Join us for a day of performance, poetry, film and discussion exploring the influence of 19th- and 20th-century experimental music and literature on the works of David Hockney and Alan Davie, and the creative circles they moved in.

Taking place in our galleries and auditorium, the event will feature writers, poets, researchers, musicians and filmmakers whose works explore the influences of Hockney and Davie and continue the approach to collaboration and experimentation across the disciplines of art, poetry and composition platformed by New Departures.

https://hepworthwakefield.org/whats-on/new-departures/

Mumbai Spoken Fest by Kommune

JioWorld Garden
BKC,
Mumbai, Maharashtra 400051
INDIA

Spoken Fest is a stage for some of the most vibrant voices, poets, storytellers, thespians, lyricists, comedians and musicians to move you, make your heart sink and brim with joy at the same time. At Spoken we see a confluence of personalities, people, and passions. The festival comprises multiple stages, interactive workshops, and engaging master classes.
Over the course of two days, Spoken will shine a spotlight on artists from across the country ~ serving up an eclectic mix of exciting performances in languages as varied as Urdu, Hindi, and English. The experiences are also enhanced with art zones, curated bazaar, and experiential brand interactions.

Rosie Garland will be presenting a workshop: “Strategies for Dealing with Your Inner Critics”
And
A poetry reading!

https://insider.in/spokenfestmumbai2020/event

https://kommuneity.com/mumbai-2020/

Bhubaneswar Literary Meet

Xavier Square,
Jayadev Vihar,
Bhubaneswar, Odisha 751013
INDIA

4 pm - Watching a Poem
Priya Malik and Rosie Garland on the writer as performer. Readings, recitations and discussion. In conversation with Sukanya Das.

Priya Malik is an actress, columnist, TV personality, a teacher, spoken word poet, a storyteller but most important, a writer/performer whose recent viral work 2019 main 1999 is a testimony to her distinct voice. Her work has been featured on some of India’s biggest spoken word platforms such as Kommune, UnErase Poetry, Spill Poetry, Amazon Prime and Tape A Tale. Priya has also hosted the first spoken word poetry show on national television called Uncensored News With Priya for TV9 Bharatvarsh delivering current affairs (political and social issues) in a poetic format. She’s also a part of an all-female theatre play called Selfie and is currently awaiting the release of her first film Sheer Qorma based on LGBTQIA issues with Shabana Azmi, Swara Bhaskar and Divya Dutta. Priya’s first book with HarperCollins is all set to release early next year.

Rosie Garland is an eclectic writer and performer, ranging from singing in the cult gothic band The March Violets to twisted alter-ego Rosie Lugosi the Vampire Queen and has performed across the UK, Europe and the USA. She has five solo collections of poetry and the latest, Everything Must Go (Holland Park Press, 2012) tracks her experience of throat cancer. Her award-winning short stories, poems and essays have been widely anthologised. She is the proud owner of the DaDa Award for Performance Artist of the Year and a Poetry Award from the People’s Café, New York. She also won the Mslexia Novel competition in 2012 and her debut novel The Palace of Curiosities was released in March 2013 by HarperCollins.

http://bbsrlitmeet.in/2020/

In 2016, Gameplan launched the Bhubaneswar Literary Meet, because a culturally rich region like Odisha needed a festival that would celebrate its literature and allied cultural pursuits — dance, music, recitation, and theatrical performances. The idea was an endeavour to take Odisha to a wider world audience and also to bring the world to Odisha. From the very first year, the lit meet has drawn premier authors and speakers from across India and the world.

http://bbsrlitmeet.in/2020/#speaker_content_27

To the Circus!

BBC Radio 3,
29th November,
22.00-22.45

The Verb goes to the circus. Join Presenter: Ian McMillan as he chats to Rosie Garland and John Woolf on the world of the Victorian circus.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000bs1s
Producer: Cecile Wright

Poetry & Performance. BBC Radio 3’s Late Night Language Lock-in. Podcast: http://bit.ly/VerbPodcasts

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