Bradford Literature Festival has revealed it is expecting around 18,000 more people to attend than last year. To read the full article on Bookseller click here.
The Guardian’s Claire Armitstead reports – “Irna Qureshi and Syima Aslam have upended the traditional festival model to create a 10-day cultural jamboree that holds appeal across the city’s diverse communities”. To read the full article please click here.
Telegraph and Argus report on the packed programme for Bradford Literature Festival now available across many venues. To read the full article click here.
Mark Stanford reports on the bespoke Harry Potter Cocktail making event to be held at Bradford Literature Festival. To read the full T&A article click here.
Telegraph and Argus report on the free events for Refugee Week around Bradford, including the Bradford Literature Festival. To see full article click here.
Chris Young reports for Telegraph and Argus on Bradford Literature Festival’s Undercliffe Victorian Cemetery historical tour, which is to be led by historian Mark Davis . To read the full article click here.
Chris Young reports for Telegraph and Argus on the series of Star Wars events at the Bradford Literature Festival this year. To read the full article click here.
We very much regret that Juno Dawson has decided to withdraw from this year’s Bradford Literature Festival. To read the full statement on this matter, please access the below document. 170628 Juno Dawson Official Statement
Festival attracts top names including Germaine Greer and Joanna Trollope. To read full T&A article click here.
T&A report Bradford Literature Festival renew their sponsorship agreement with University of Bradford. To read full article click here.