Event

Meet the World: European Camarade (cancelled)

Wednesday 15 April
National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall
7 - 8.30pm
Free - booking required

We regret to inform you that this event has been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. 

The European Poetry Festival returns to Norwich! An event celebrating literary poetry, avant-garde performance and the potentials of collaboration, pairing some of the finest poets of the thriving Norwich poetry scene with writers visiting from nations across Europe. New works made for the night spanning languages, literatures and the European continent.

  • George Szirtes and Helen Ivory
  • Doug Jones and Xelis de Toro
  • Julia Webb and Sophie Essex
  • SJ Fowler and Krisjanis Zelgis
  • Alison Graham and Al Anderson
  • Stepan Hobza and Anna Cathenka
  • Petra Kamula and Matthew Gregory
  • Astrid Alben and Ko Ko Thett
  • Sam Jordison and Simona Nastac
  • Westley Barnes and Hannah Levene

Plus Ruby Cowling and more to be announced soon.

Free entry – please book in advance

The European Poetry Festival is supported by Arts Council England, the National Centre for Writing, London Book fair, Kingston University, Austrian Cultural Forum, Pro Helvetia, Goethe Institut, Institut Francais and over 30 international agencies and organisations.

Visit the European Poetry Festival website

Meet the World

Our Meet the World events celebrate our ongoing connections with international writers and translators and will share their writing and ideas with our 21st-century audience. Find out more

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April 15, 2020 7:00 pm April 15, 2020 7:00 pm Europe/London Meet the World: European Camarade (cancelled) Writers' Centre Norwich –

We regret to inform you that this event has been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.  The European Poetry Festival returns to Norwich! An event celebrating literary poetry, avant-garde performance and the potentials of collaboration, pairing some of the finest poets of the thriving Norwich poetry scene with writers visiting from nations across Europe. […]

National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall Writers Centre Norwich