Minehead Literary Festival 2020 -Saturday & Sunday, 25th & 26th April

Minehead Literary Festival returns for a second year with a fabulous line-up of speakers, led by Dame Margaret Drabble.  Other special attractions include

  • A no-charge session for children on Saturday morning, 30-11.15am, in the Methodist Church Hall, led by popular children’s author Sam Angus.  The session is free to children and accompanying adults, but registering in advance is essential; call 01643 703921 or email info@mineheadliteraryfestival.org
  • A Creative Workshop, run by published author Hazel Prior on Saturday afternoon, 2.45-4.15p.m. in the Methodist Church Hall, on writing fiction and getting published.  Tickets at £10/£12, are limited and booking essential – see mineheadliteraryfestival.org/tickets or call 01643 703921
  • Fringe event organised by local creative writing group Café Write, Sunday 10:30a.m.-12:30p.m, in the Old Hospital. Writers Helen Baggott and Clare Donoghue will talk about getting published, especially self and virtual publication. Tickets for available from the Apple Tree Tea Rooms, The Avenue Minehead or call 01643 703921 – & see cafewrite.wildapricot.org/mineheadliteraryfestival.org.uk

Early Bird discounted weekend passes for just £30 remain available ‘til March 27th – these and all tickets for MLF 2020 may be booked online at www.mineheadliteraryfestival.org    For more information about MLF 2020, please visit the website or call 01643 703921.

Press enquiries:

Monica Hartwell

E: mineheadliteraryfestival@gmail.com

T: 01643  703921

M: 07766 573873

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