Event

The City Wall to Fye Bridge (cancelled)

Friday 22 May
Across the city
12.30 - 1.15pm
£10 (includes copy of the Walking Norwich book)

It is with regret that we announce that Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2020 (and the City of Literature Weekend) has been cancelled

For a full statement, please visit the Norfolk & Norwich Festival website.

Experience Norwich with fresh eyes and uncover the layers of stories embedded within its walls by taking a literary walking tour of the city, led by biographer and journalist Keiron Pim (Jumpin’ Jack Flash – a Guardian Book of the Year). Includes a free copy of the Walking Norwich book.

Recommended 14+ years.

Parts of this event may not be wheelchair accessible. Please get in touch before booking info@nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk / 01603 877177.

Keiron Pim grew up in Aylsham and lives in Norwich. He is writing a biography of the novelist Joseph Roth. His last book, Jumpin’ Jack Flash: David Litvinoff and the Rock’n’Roll Underworld (Jonathan Cape) was named ‘the best debut’ biography of 2016 in the Guardian and a Book of the Year by The Times. He is also an editor, mentor, proof-reader, nonfiction tutor and journalist. Website

‘[Keiron] is compassionate and humane at every moment. His prose is always careful and stylish.’ – Richard Davenport-Hines, Guardian

Read Keiron’s walk for the Walking Norwich book: ‘Magdalen Gates to Fye Bridge’


City of Literature weekend is a Norfolk & Norwich Festival and National Centre for Writing presentation, programmed by the National Centre for Writing.

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It is with regret that we announce that Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2020 (and the City of Literature Weekend) has been cancelled For a full statement, please visit the Norfolk & Norwich Festival website. Experience Norwich with fresh eyes and uncover the layers of stories embedded within its walls by taking a literary walking tour […]

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