7 March ’17, Huddersfield Literature Festival

Polari Up North at Huddersfield Literature Festival – Tuesday, 7 March 2017 – 7:00pm

Syngenta Cellar, 7pm Tickets:  £8 / Under 26s & Kirklees Passport holders £7

Featured performers are:

Paul Burston

 Polari host, award-winning journalist and novelist, author of critically acclaimed chilling domestic noir The Black Path.

Jackie Hagan – An award-winning cosmic scally; poet, comedian, live artist, playwright and community artist, who downs champagne from her glittery false leg.

Juno Dawson –Queen of Teen 2014, multi-award-winning author of YA novels and non-fiction (This Book Is Gay, Mind Your Head). New novel Margo & Me.

VG Lee – crazy hat lady and author of many magazine articles and five novels, the most recent being Mr Oliver’s Object of Desire.

Paul McVeigh – Bearded Irishman who likes to laugh and make other people cry – in a nice way. Writer of comedy, plays, short stories and novel The Good Son.

Plus: Bettina Carpi & Gary Lloyd – Ending At Section 28: Original Dance & Music short, inspired by Alan Moore’s Prose History of Gender.

‘Lively, funny and inspiring – a gay-themed salon of interest to anyone remotely interested in literature, whatever their sexual bent’

To book click here.

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Winner of The Polari Prize, the McCrea Literary Award & chosen as Brighton’s City Reads 2016