A Yorkshire Read: A Kestrel for a Knave

Artwork Slide

Fri, 18 October 5:00pm

Following last year’s popular outloud reading of Frankenstein, we continue the tradition with Barry Hines’s classic book A Kestrel for a Knave. Written in 1968 the book continues to reach new generations with its powerful story of class and survival in a tough world. Join us for a reading of the text from beginning to end with changing readers. Listeners can drop in at any time and stay for a chapter or the whole book! 

If you would like to read out loud with us please get in touch with Sara on s.c.unwin@sheffield.ac.uk  Sara will get in touch with you to arrange a slot.

The reading will run from 5pm to approximately 9.30pm.

Please note anyone aged under 18 years is only allowed in the venue until 9pm.

 

Tickets (In Advance)

Free

Venue

DINA, 32A—34 Cambridge Street, S1 4HP

Genre

Fiction

Age

14+

Disabled Access?

No

Family Event?

No

Type of Event
Working Class Voices

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