Introducing the Seren Stay-at-Home Series!

5 May 2020 - 03:43pm

Introducing the Seren Stay-at-Home Series!

5 May 2020 - 03:43pm

We are delighted to announce that between the 12th & 16th and 18th & 22nd May we will be hosting the Seren Stay-at-Home Series – ten days of online readings, interviews and Q&As with our fantastic authors. 

Since the lockdown began, we’ve thoroughly enjoyed being able to bring events like First Thursday to our readers virtually so that they can join in with them no matter where they are in UK, or even the world. 

The Seren Stay-at-Home Series will be a true celebration of this new accessibility and we’re sure you will find something to enjoy amongst the events.

Get your tickets here

 

Programme

Tuesday 12th May
7:30pm​ - Robert Minhinnick: Nia, interviewed by Jon Gower
Tickets £5

Wednesday 13th May
7:30pm - Eoghan Walls: Pigeon Songs
Tickets £5​

Thursday 14th May 
6:30pm - Ask a Poet Q&A with Kim Moore
Tickets £5​

7:30pm - Phil Cope: The Poetry of the Sacred Springs and Holy Wells of Wales, Scotland, Cornwall & Ireland
Tickets £5

Friday 15th May
7:30pm - Ben Wilkinson: Way More Than Luck
Tickets £5

Saturday 16th May
4:00pm - Nula Suchet: The Longest Farewell
Tickets £5​

Sunday 17th May
NO EVENTS

Monday 18th May
7:30pm - Peter Finch: Walking Cardiff & The Machineries of Joy
Tickets £5​

Tuesday 19th May
7:30pm - T. J. Hughes: Wales Best One Hundred Churches
Tickets £5​

Wednesday 20th May
6:30pm - Ask a Writer Q&A with Jaki McCarrick
Tickets £5​

7:30pm - Alexandra Ford: What Remains at the End
Tickets £5​

Thursday 21st May
7:30pm - An Evening of Poetry with Tamar Yoseloff & Martyn Crucefix
Tickets £5​

Friday 22nd May
7:30pm - David Llewellyn: A Simple Scale, interviewed by Nemonie Craven Roderick
Tickets £5