This year Streatham Arts Festival has an exciting new offering for our community. Art and music have long been a key part of the festival, but literature is about to join the mix!
From local to big-name authors, writing competitions, poetry and spoken word, as well as opportunities to meet authors, get bespoke advice from booksellers and librarians on choosing the perfect book for you or your child, and have access to talks on getting published, Streatham Literature Festival has something for everyone. Check out our programme of events for the line-up and tickets.
At the moment, most of events are planned to take place live in venues around Streatham, with online streaming options for those who can’t or don’t want to risk coming out.
We could not produce the festival without the help of our volunteers. If you would like to be part of the team curating and running the literature festival, please contact Hannah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LIT FEST EVENTS
SUNDAY 11 October
THE STREATHAM SUNDAY SPECIAL
A LIVE EVENT AT STREATHAM SPACE PROJECT
A day of workshops, readings and discussions followed by spoken word, music, and poetry. Come along to Streatham’s purpose-built theatre space next to Streatham Hill Station and take part in the live sessions or join in online.
Moon Lane Books are The Literature Festival’s Partner Bookeseller.
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