The Tanner of Tamworth

Tamworth’s own community theatre group present the story of Edward IV and the Tanner of Tamworth at Tamworth Central Methodist Church on Wednesday March 8th 2017.

Also on the bill a number of local writers read from their own work.

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Look forward to seeing you there.

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Award-Winning Author Mike Gayle

Monday 6th March sees Birmingham author Mike Gayle bringing his own unique look at life to Tamworth’s historic town hall in Market Street. With a dozen published books under his belt, a large number of loyal and enthusiastic followers continue to make his books best sellers.

Tickets available by emailing tamlitfest@gmail.com or calling 07562 653565

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Crime Panel

Thursday 9th March sees authors Gordon Lowe, Hugh Fraser, Chris Collett and Stephen Booth discussing crime. Under the expert eye of former policeman Gary Hyde, the differences and similarities between fictional crime and true crime.

With opportunities to chat to authors who have enjoyed seeing over 40 publications on the shelves between them, come along and enjoy the hospitality, meet old friends and make new ones with a common interest.

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Email tamlitfest@gmail.com or call 07562 653565 for further information on how to get your ticket – look forward to seeing you at the Globe Inn, Lower Gungate, Tamworth at 19:00. But act fast as tickets are selling fast.

Meanwhile also check out other events, a full list available on Facebook at

https://www.facebook.com/TamworthLiteraryFestival/

Crime Night

Thursday 9th March sees authors Gordon Lowe, Hugh Fraser, Chris Collett and Stephen Booth discussing crime. Under the expert eye of former policeman Gary Hyde, the differences and similarities between fictional crime and true crime.

With opportunities to chat to authors who have enjoyed seeing over 40 publications on the shelves between them, come along and enjoy the hospitality, meet old friends and make new ones with a common interest.

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Email tamlitfest@gmail.com or call 07562 653565 for further information on how to get your ticket – look forward to seeing you at the Globe Inn, Lower Gungate, Tamworth at 19:00. But act fast as tickets are selling fast.

Meanwhile also check out other events, a full list available on Facebook at

https://www.facebook.com/TamworthLiteraryFestival/

Tamworth Writing Competition

Tamworth LitFest

writing-competition

Are you a creative writer?

Entries are now open for The Tamworth and District Civic Society and Tamworth Writers Group Tamworth writing competition.

With prizes totalling £310.00 Which will hopefully aspire all budding writers  who have not yet been published to enter. Entries must  be set in and around Tamworth Staffordshire and a particular building or address.

The closing date for all entries  is Tuesday 31st January 2017. Winners to be announced in April 2017.

For full entry details please click on the writing-competition PDF link.

Good luck to all who enter.

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Brixham Museum – a new book

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The official launch on Saturday 29th April 2016 at Brixham Museum will see both ebook and paperback available.

For those wanting the paperback, simply visit my website and follow the links. However the ebook is also available, either by contacting me or via Brixham Heritage Museum website.

Money raised from the sale of both forms of the book goes to support the museum. Any support would be greatly appreciated, be it a tweet, retweet, Facebook like, link, email recommendation or, best of all, a purchase.