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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

The Looking Glass Burlesque

Saturday 23 Nov 2019, 8:00pm
Pyramid Parr Hall
Palmyra Square South
Warrington
WA1 1BL

from £11.00/£14.00

The Looking Glass Burlesque returns for it’s 10th Birthday Celebrations. Circus, dancing, singing, comedy, showgirls and more – the finest vaudeville talent around! You’ll never see the same amazing show twice!

https://pyramid.culturewarrington.org/whats-on/the-looking-glass-burlesque/

Polari Literary Salon / Bona to Vada your Dolly old Eek! Double bill

Fri, 22 November 2019
King Edward Street Chapel
4 King Edward Street
Macclesfield
SK10 1AB

An exclusively bona double bill from some of the best-known names in LGBT+ writing and performance in the beautifully intimate surroundings of King Edward Street Chapel. Troll on in!
Polari Literary Salon with Paul Burston
London’s award-winning LGBT+ literary salon comes to LIT. Founded in 2007 by author Paul Burston, Polari showcases the best in emerging and established LGBT+ literary talent. Named Best Cultural Event in the Co-Op Respect Loved by You Awards 2013, the salon is based at London’s Southbank Centre and also tours regularly. Tonight’s event is programmed and hosted by Burston, with guest performers including award-winning authors Rosie Garland, VG Lee and Okechukwu Nzelu.
Bona to Vada your Dolly old Eek! with Jez Dolan
Take a troll, stretch your lallies, vada the omipalones and enter the bijou world of Polari artist Jez Dolan. With music, art, and a liberal sprinkling of performing stardust, Jez creates a unique and original show using Polari as his inspiration.
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/polari-literary-salon-bona-to-vada-your-dolly-old-eek-double-bill-tickets-77170074771

https://litmacc.org/

The Next Step
Write Like A Grrl writing course,
Manchester

I’m delighted to be guest writer at the closing session of The Next Step, Write Like A Grrl.
Looking forward to celebrating with everyone who has taken part of the course. We’ll have a Q&A, discussing persistence, developing our writing, and the importance of building community and support networks to help us all keep going.

For more info about booking onto the next course –
This six week intensive course offers weekly critique workshops as well as sessions on advanced writing techniques such as modes of narration, pace, plotting a novel, editing, how to strengthen your regular writing practice and how to read like a writer.
The course includes a Q&A session with a published author as well as sure-fire strategies on how to maintain motivation once the course is over.
http://forbookssake.net/write-like-a-grrrl/write-like-a-grrrl-manchester-the-next-step/

Elemental poetry

Bolton Central Library and Museum
Le Mans Crescent
Bolton
BL1 1SE

Sat, 16 November 2019
14:00 – 16:00 GMT
Free event

Collaborate creatively with Rosie Garland to generate poetry inspired by the elements in a fusion of science and spoken word.

Rosie is a novelist, poet and singer with a passion for language nurtured by libraries. She is currently the writer in residence at the John Rylands Library in Manchester.
This session is suitable for people aged 13+.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/elemental-poetry-tickets-75164146987

Poetry Bordello

The Voodoo Rooms
19A West Register Street,
EH22 Edinburgh

Presenting the most outstanding revue event in the poetry year!!!!

Poetry Circus proudly presents a stunning cabaret night of mouth-wateringly naughty spoken word, deliciously delightful burlesque and heart-pounding physical theatre at the sumptuous Voodoo Rooms with a to-die-for cast led by the sensational Rosie Garland - poet, chanteuse and best-selling novelist.

Supporting Rosie we have two amazing Poetry Circus regulars and popular superstars of the Central Scotland poetry scene in their own rights; get ready for the one, the only, the totally incorrigible Angie Strachan paired with the totally phenomenal and completely inimitable Suky Goodfellow.

And that's not all, leading our burlesque team we are honoured to have the stunning Miss Peachy Pearl plus our regular physical theatre star, Rach Rostock who has delighted Poetry Circus audiences at our Broken Hearts shows.

And, unbelievably, there's also a full line-up of amazing performers to be announced soon!

Doors open at 7:30pm for an 8:00pm start. Tickets are £7.50 in advance or £10 on the door on the night.

Advance booking link: https://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Edinburgh/The-Voodoo-Rooms/The-Poetry-Circus-Poetry-Bordello/13630672/?fbclid=IwAR0DpPgKUnu4VfYIljUzC8hFOJzryCJfpvWh4GhOqe340iwc_mD0IL0om7k

Blackwell's Bookshop
University Green
146 Oxford Road
Manchester
M13 9GP
Thu, 24 October 2019
19:00 – 20:30 BST

An evening of folk horror with Lucie McKnight Hardy & Andrew Michael Hurley

Blackwell's Manchester are delighted to be hosting a special evening of folk horror with Lucie McKnight Hardy and Andrew Michael Hurley. They'll be talking to author Rosie Garland about their latest books 'Water Shall Refuse Them' and 'Starve Acre'
Tickets are £3.00 and include a complimentary glass of wine plus money off the books on the night.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/an-evening-of-folk-horror-with-lucie-mcknight-hardy-andrew-michael-hurley-tickets-69889688941

Leeds Festival of Gothica

Leeds City Museum
Cookridge St,
LS2 3 Leeds
The event is free

The Fashion Show starts at 14:00
Doors open at 11:00

Leeds Festival of Gothica and Leeds City Museum have once again joined forces to bring you a day of dark delights.
As the home of gothic music we are celebrating the diversity of gothica! We are hosting an Alternative Fashion show hosted by the every witty Rosie Garland featuring incredible designers.

Tickets for the Fashion Show are available at:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/leeds-festival-of-gothica-alternative-fashion-show-tickets-66764192497?ref=eios&fbclid=IwAR2NSnPbtzpndH4Oc7c0TSljyxkTw4yKQSgPFfoSu0d6wDKbxLmwikYeuYM

Tickets for the Talks are available at:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/leeds-festival-of-gothica-academic-talks-tickets-66765093191?fbclid=IwAR1PJKOD0JdxJHgbFDdsFMa16o2FxyNTO8ij9zOCSf3uZSm450aH-RXJe9c&ref=eios

Tickets are available at eventbrite or on a first come first serve basis on the door.
Recommended age 14+ but younger children can come is accompanied by an adult.

An evening with Rosie Garland

The John Rylands Library
150 Deansgate,
M3 3EH Manchester

The John Rylands Library's inaugural writer in residence reads from her new novel for the first time!

This exciting evening event will include readings by Rosie from the unpublished manuscript, a Q&A session and a book signing.

Rosie feels an affinity with libraries and has chosen to set her new novel in The John Rylands Library in the 1980s. She has been writing the novel in the heart of The John Rylands Library, on the gallery in the Historic Reading Room.

If you have a question you’d like Rosie to answer in the Q&A session, feel free to email it in advance to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Rosie Garland is an award-winning writer of novels, poems and short stories, and performer and singer with post punk band The March Violets. Her highly acclaimed novels include The Palace of Curiosities in 2013, followed by Vixen in 2015 and The Night Brother in 2017, which is set in Manchester in the late 19th and early 20th century. Val McDermid also recently selected Rosie as one of her top 10 LGBTQ writers in the UK.
Book your place now via Eventbrite.
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/an-evening-with-rosie-garland-tickets-72247796103?aff=efbeventtix&fbclid=IwAR3fV60Hkxyz3SQbZsbWWVUD2hSJaIAmA5sqoaLTaL9QwfLc9thhIeUz6bg

This event has a limited number of spaces. If you make a booking and cannot attend, please cancel your booking so that we may offer the ticket to someone else.

Guest tutor, the Arvon Foundation

Lumb Bank
The Ted Hughes Arvon Centre
Heptonstall
Hebden Bridge
West Yorkshire
HX7 6DF

Fiction: Work-in-Progress
Monday October 14th - Saturday October 19th 2019

Delighted to be guest tutor on this Arvon Foundation writing course. (with wonderful tutors Amanda Smyth & Chris Cleave)
An inspiring week to focus on a work-in-progress and how to bring it to completion, with practical guidance and workshops to help navigate the challenging and
exciting process of developing your narrative. We will explore the bare bones of writing fiction – sourcing ideas, plot, character, setting, dialogue and point of view. This structured, focused course will send you away knowing what you need to do to finish your fiction project, and leave you feeling surprised at how much progress you’ve made. Come with your curiosity and ideas.

https://www.arvon.org/tutors/rosie-garland/

Writing Manchester Gothic: An Audience with Tania Hershman & Rosie Garland

Date: Tuesday 15 October
Time: 6:30 pm – 8.30pm
Location: LT6, Geoffrey Manton Building, Manchester, M15 6LL
Tickets: Free

Join us for an evening of readings from the poetry and prose of Tania Hershman and Rosie Garland, two acclaimed Manchester-based writers who are currently working in the Gothic mode. Tania and Rosie will read from selections of their work, and join in conversation with Dale Townshend, Professor of Gothic Literature from the Manchester Centre for Gothic Studies at Manchester Metropolitan University.

Tania Hershman
Tania Hershman's third short story collection, Some Of Us Glow More Than Others, was published by Unthank Books in May 2017, and her debut poetry collection, Terms & Conditions, by Nine Arches Press in July 2019. Tania is curator of short story hub ShortStops celebrating short story activity across the UK & Ireland, and has a PhD in creative writing inspired by particle physics.

Rosie Garland
Novelist, poet and singer with post-punk band The March Violets, Rosie Garland also performs as infamous alter-ego Rosie Lugosi Vampire Queen. With a passion for language nurtured by public libraries, her work’s appeared in Under the Radar, The North, Spelk, Rialto, Mslexia & elsewhere.
She is inaugural writer in residence at The John Rylands Library, Manchester.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/writing-manchester-gothic-an-audience-with-tania-hershman-rosie-garland-tickets-65107642712?ref=eios

Rogue Alternative Fair, Manchester

Frog and Bucket Comedy Club
102 Oldham St,
Manchester

Tickets: £4 in advance and £5 on the door.
Sun, 13 Oct, 01:00 – 17:00

The Rogue Model Management Halloween fair and cabaret returns for another fangtastic instalment With this edition having an array of sinfully naughty delights. Trick or treat?
Hosted by the fabulous Valen Vain watch delectable Performances that are sure to be hotter than hell by Lolita Laytex, Dante-Layla and Kitty Massacre alongside a guest appearance by Rosie Garland!

Fancy a shopping spree? Then check out the array of amazing traders onsite selling crafts, jewellery, clothing, accessories plus more!
Come party with us rogues for an unforgettable sinful Halloween soirée!

Over 18's Only.
Visit the events section of: https://www.facebook.com/roguemodelmanagement/
for trader and performer updates.

On the door discount for NUS/Emergency Services/Armed Forces/Veterans.
Tickets will also available from the Frog and Bucket booking office. Please check their page for opening times.

Gothic Writing workshop, Clayton Hall

Dark Fiction Writing Course at Clayton Hall
Clayton Hall,
Clayton Hall Road,
Manchester, M11 4RU

I’m delighted to be guest workshop facilitator at Clayton Hall in October.

Writer-in-residence Hannah Kate leads a six-part weekly writing course (with performance night) in the unique and evocative setting of Clayton Hall. Learn techniques for creating atmospheric and evocative writing, workshop your ideas, and share your work in a friendly and supportive environment. This course also includes a guest workshop from Manchester author Rosie Garland.

Wed 2 Oct (7-9pm): Guest workshop by Rosie Garland

https://www.visitmanchester.com/whats-on/dark-fiction-writing-course-at-clayton-hall-p427171

Testify

Hanky Panky Pancakes
20 Commonhall Street,
CH1 2BJ Chester,
Cheshire

Poetry Without The Pretension

Come and share your words with us!
Whether you're new to poetry or a seasoned professional, all are welcome to come and share their work.
Don't fancy performing? Come and watch for an inspiring night

Tues 1st October at 7:30pm – special guest – Rosie Garland!

Sign up on the night for a slot - sign ups from 7pm

Pay What You Feel (suggested £3)

https://www.testifypoetry.co.uk/

Green Ink Sponsored Write 2019: 10.30am, Saturday 28 September

I’m honoured to be one of the writers selected for Macmillan Cancer Green Ink Sponsored Write 2019!

Working from homes, cafes and other creative dens across Britain, new and experienced writers will create new work inspired by Macmillan Cancer Support's mission to improve quality of life for everyone affected by cancer. All genres are getting involved; writers are sponsored for their time, not their word count. This year's theme is 'Time Being'.

To receive your copy of the 2019 anthology as a thank-you for donating (to be emailed Mon 30 Sept), please tick the box that allows us to contact you when you make your donation!

If you have any questions, contact Rachel Knightley: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Your 2019 Sponsored Writers are Dan Berlinka, Lottie Butler, Simret Cheema-Innis, Gemma Dorsett, Shane Finn, Edward Fisher, Rosie Garland, Marianne Izen, Rachel Knightley, Peter Laws, Jackie Naffah and Katharine Orton.

Macmillan Cancer Support is here to help everyone with cancer live life as fully as they can, providing physical, financial and emotional support. So whatever cancer throws your way, we’re right right there with you. Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving - they'll never sell them or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they'll send your money directly to the charity. So it's the most efficient way to donate - saving time and cutting costs.

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/greeninksponsoredwrite2019

Q Story

Umbrella Fair Pavilion
The Racecourse,
Kettering Road,
Northampton, NN1 4LG

Join us for a day of author talks, readings and spoken word as we celebrate LGBTQIA literature. Please see the "book festival authors” page for details of the authors who will be joining us. The festival is open to LGBTQIA people and allies alike, and will be a day for our community to come together and have fun.

The timings for the day will be as follows:
11.00 am Doors open
11.15 am Welcome speech
11.30 am - 12.30 pm Rosie Garland
1.00 pm - 2.00 pm Meg-John Barker - etc

Tickets will cover the whole day and there will be three different pricing options depending on what you feel you can afford. There will also be free tickets available for carers accompanying people with disabilities. If you would like to come but cannot afford a ticket, please contact us and we will see what we can do.
Low-income price: £3
Standard price: £5
Supporter price: £10

Our venue
The festival will be held at the Umbrella Fair Pavilion in Northampton. There is parking on site. Our author talks will be held in a marquee on-site, the main hall in the Pavilion will be used for author signings, eating and socialising, and there will also be a smaller, quiet room available for those who need some chill-out time.

There is a vegetarian and vegan cafe on site, and other options for food nearby. There will be a vegetarian & vegan BBQ in the evening. Please note that the Umbrella Fair Organisation is a vegetarian/vegan organisation and we ask you to respect their values by not consuming meat on-site.

https://qstorynorthampton.webs.com/book-festival-details

Biconic - Spoken Word for Bi Visibility Day

The Font
7-9 New Wakefield St,
M1 5NP Manchester

19:00-01:00
Donation on the door PAYF

Join us for a spectacular charity night of spoken word from some of the North West's finest bi and pan identifying poets and writers! We will have poems, games, unicorn dress up, cocktails, mocktails, prizes and an amazing DJ to take us through til 1am.

LOOK AT OUR INCREDIBLE LINE UP:
Jackie Hagan
Rosie Garland
Kinsman
Maz Hedgehog
Genevieve Walsh
J Lythgoe
Mica Sinclair
Bob Horton
Xavier Velastin
Jane Claire Bradley
Janey Colbourne
Bryony Bates
Midnight Shelley
Andy Pilkington
Bonnie Hancell

Plus your comperes Drew Lawson and Helen Darby

On the decks: The sublime JESS ROSE
All proceeds will be split equally between Biscuit and Biphoria
Unicorn cocktails from Font - one pound from every sale to charity
Come and be super visible bi and pan and allies with us!!

New Mills Festival FABARET

Torr Vale Mill,
Torrvale Rd, High Peak SK22 3HS

7.30pm till late
TICKETS £20 (advance) £23 (full)

IT’S A FESTIVAL, IT’S A CABARET – IT’S A FABARET!

Featuring music, burlesque, acrobats and much, much more, it’s New Mills Festival FABARET, brought to you by ‘the Festival and Music in Hospitals and Care’. Doors will be flamboyantly-flung open, at 7.30 pm on Friday 13th September, by your compere for the night, Rosie Lugosi.

The event takes place at the newly-renovated events floor in the iconic Torr Vale Mill, located in the stunningly beautiful Torrs Riverside Park - a natural gorge that runs through the centre of New Mills - and promises to be a real barnstorming Festival launch event.
Tickets – priced at £20 (Advance) and £23 (Full) – are available only to over 16s.

Acts include music from The Baghdaddies and, also local favourites - Lazlo Baby. There will be jaw-dropping acrobatics from the female duo Les Deux Ailes, and sultry performances by the wonderful burlesque star, Raven Noir.
The Friday 13th date could not be more appropriate for our compere. Lock up your daughters, hold on to your hats and keep your hand on your jewels... prepare yourself for the Vampire Queen, Rosie Lugosi! Rosie Lugosi is a mistress of musical mayhem – one of the UK's most in-demand comperes, and certainly the kinkiest. She has appeared throughout the UK as well as Europe and the USA and is well-equipped to keep things moving along at a pace.

Tickets are available online below or tel: 07753842861.

https://www.newmillsfestival.com/new-mills-festival-fabaret

Writers in the Bath

The Bath Hotel
66 Victoria St,
Sheffield, S3 7QL

Entry: £4
Time: 7.30

Love hearing and meeting great poets? It’s second Tuesdays at Writers in The Bath
With special guests Rosie Garland & Dawn Gorman!

We’re honoured to have guest writers who held us in thrall last time they visited, & surely will again. Let’s turn out in force to welcome them to the warmth of The Bath. Arrive early if you want to get a seat.
Open Mic Event
Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.