Events

Crouch End Literary Festival kicks off

The festival will begin this Friday, 23rd February

Credit: Tom Hermans

The brand-new Crouch End Literary Festival will kick off this week with talks, spoken word events and poetry readings.

The festival begins on Friday, 23rd February, starting with a free talk on ‘how to sell a million books’ by Rohan Candappa and a spoken word night at the All Good Bookshop.

On the Saturday, there will be a talk on dyslexic writers and a ‘fringe music club special’.

There will also be talks with Peter Bradshaw, Catherine West MP and Mat Baynton.

Proceeds will go towards Hornsey foodbank.

To see the full programme visit: crouchendfestival.org/general-6-4


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