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  1. Add The Power of Words to your Itinerary

    The Power of Words

    Cathedral Close, Exeter

    The Power of Words is inspired by the Anglo-Saxon riddles in the Exeter Book, the oldest book in the English language…probably. Written in the 10th century, the book contains musings on travel, wildlife and rude veg. Join us to use riddles for a fun…

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    Exeter Cathedral, Exeter

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    27 Oct 2021Open 13:30 - 15:30
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    28 Oct 2021Open 10:30 - 15:30
  2. Add Ninety Minutes with Ninette to your Itinerary

    Ninety Minutes with Ninette

    Exeter

    Ninette Hartley reads from her memoir 'Dear Tosh' followed by a Q&A session. The book is a mother's story of love, grief and acceptance. Tosh died at the age of 27 in 2011 and this book was written by Ninette for her son as a tribute on the 10th…

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    From:
    28 Oct 2021Open 14:30 - 16:30

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  3. Add Exeter Literary Festival: Rosemary Griggs Presents "Katherine Champernowne" to your Itinerary

    Exeter Literary Festival: Rosemary Griggs Presents "Katherine Champernowne"

    Exeter

    As a partner-event of Exeter Literary Festival, Rosemary Griggs will present "Katherine Champernowne-a remarkable Devon woman". Drawing on her research Rosemary will explore the life and times of Katherine and her family in sixteenth century Devon.…

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    St Nicholas Priory, Exeter

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    3 Nov 2021Open 13:00 -

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  4. Add Exeter Literary Festival: Tudor Rebellions In 1549 By Ed Fox to your Itinerary

    Exeter Literary Festival: Tudor Rebellions In 1549 By Ed Fox

    Exeter

    As a partner-event of Exeter Literary Festival, Ed Fox is coming back to the St Nicholas Priory to explore the tumultuous times of change known as the Commotion Time. In this talk, Dr. Fox will talk about his new book "The Commotion Time: Tudor…

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    St Nicholas Priory, Exeter

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    3 Nov 2021Open 18:30 -

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  5. Add Exeter Literary Festival: Lawrence Sail Presents His "Accidentals" to your Itinerary

    Exeter Literary Festival: Lawrence Sail Presents His "Accidentals"

    Exeter

    Lawrence Sail will be reading from, and discussing, his most recent book, Accidentals (Impress Books, 2020). A successor to his memoir of childhood, Sift (Impress Books, 2010), it celebrates occasions and instances seen in the perspective of a whole…

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    St Nicholas Priory, Exeter

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    4 Nov 2021Open 18:30 -

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  6. Add ExeLitFest: Behind the Scenes at The Antiques Roadshow: an evening with Paul Atterbury to your Itinerary

    ExeLitFest: Behind the Scenes at The Antiques Roadshow: an evening with Paul Atterbury

    Exeter

    Sponsored by Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood

    For more than 40 years, BBC's Antiques Roadshow has enthralled television viewers with the range and diversity of treasured objects classed as 'antique' and the guessing game surrounding their value.…

    Venue

    Exeter Library, Exeter

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    5 Nov 2021Open 19:30 -

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  7. Add ExeLitFest: Celebrating Exeter to your Itinerary

    ExeLitFest: Celebrating Exeter

    Exeter

    Exeter has the most vibrant history community in the South West but it is hard to keep up with the outpouring of recent research. Join us for a lively debate as two of the county's most eminent historians discuss some of the most exciting…

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    Exeter Library, Exeter

    Dates

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    5 Nov 2021Open 16:00 -

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  8. Add Exelitfest: Families to your Itinerary

    Exelitfest: Families

    Exeter

    Two local authors bring very different perspectives to a topic close to everyone's heart: families and how to survive them. Sarah Turner is a mum of three. Frustrated with the lack of honest parenting commentary available online after having her…

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    Exeter Library, Exeter

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    5 Nov 2021Open 09:30 -

    Book Exelitfest: Families Online (opens in a new window)

  9. Add ExeLitFest: Feelgood Fiction to your Itinerary

    ExeLitFest: Feelgood Fiction

    Exeter

    Everyone loves penguins.  The success of Exmoor author, Hazel Prior's second novel *Away with the Penguins*is proof of that! Inspired by the adventurous spirit of elderly people, her concerns for the environment and, of course, penguins, it hit the…

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    Exeter Library, Exeter

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    5 Nov 2021Open 11:30 -

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  10. Add ExeLitFest: Historical Fiction I to your Itinerary

    ExeLitFest: Historical Fiction I

    Exeter

    Described as an expert writer at the height of her powers, K J Maitland discusses with Senior Librarian, Karen Huxtable, *The Drowned City*, the first in her exciting new series.

     

    Set in 1606, a year to the day that men were executed for…

    Venue

    Exeter Library, Exeter

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    5 Nov 2021Open 14:00 -

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  11. Add ExeLitFest: Displaced People I to your Itinerary

    ExeLitFest: Displaced People I

    Exeter

    BBC correspondent, Mike Thomson, talks about his book, *Syria's Secret Library: the true story of how a besieged Syrian town found hope*.  *'A unique tribute to the power of books and the unquenchable human spirit'* - Michael Palin. Not only is this…

    Venue

    Exeter Library, Exeter

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    6 Nov 2021Open 09:30 -

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  12. Add Exelitfest: Displaced People II to your Itinerary

    Exelitfest: Displaced People II

    Exeter

    *Kololo Hill: 'A novel about home, about belonging and exile; a compelling and complex insight into a recent past that still resonates.'* - Irish Times. In 1972 all Ugandan Asians were ordered to leave the country in ninety days. They must take only…

    Venue

    Exeter Library, Exeter

    Dates

    From:
    6 Nov 2021Open 11:30 -

    Book Exelitfest: Displaced People II Online (opens in a new window)

  13. Add Exelitfest: Fair Cop Unleashed: An Evening With Alfie Moore to your Itinerary

    Exelitfest: Fair Cop Unleashed: An Evening With Alfie Moore

    Exeter

    **Event sponsored by Foresight Financial Planning**

    Join BBC Radio 4's cop-turned-comedian Alfie Moore for his latest stand-up tour show. *Fair Cop Unleashed* is based on a dramatic real-life incident from Alfie's police casebook. Relive with him…

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    Exeter Library, Exeter

    Dates

    From:
    6 Nov 2021Open 19:30 -

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  14. Add Exelitfest: Historical Fiction II to your Itinerary

    Exelitfest: Historical Fiction II

    Exeter

    Jane Johnson is a best-selling author of historical novels often flavoured with her intimate knowledge of North African landscape and culture, having married a Berber tribesman in 2005. Her latest novel, *The Sea Gate*, is set in Cornwall during…

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    Exeter Library, Exeter

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    6 Nov 2021Open 14:00 -

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  15. Add ExeLitFest: The Fellowship of the Ring to your Itinerary

    ExeLitFest: The Fellowship of the Ring

    Exeter

    Twenty years ago, *The Fellowship of the Ring*, the first of the movie trilogy of *The Lord of the Rings,* was released. Conceptual designer Alan Lee and Jane Johnson, J.R.R. Tolkien's editor at Harper Collins, and author of the film's Companion…

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    Exeter Library, Exeter

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    From:
    6 Nov 2021Open 16:00 -

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  16. Add ExeLitFest: Crime and Thrillers to your Itinerary

    ExeLitFest: Crime and Thrillers

    Exeter

    How? Who? When? What if? But? No question will remain unanswered in this lively and insightful discussion about all things relating to crime fiction from a stellar panel of writers who are right at the top of their game. From Ann Cleeves' inimitable…

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    Exeter Library, Exeter

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    From:
    7 Nov 2021Open 14:30 -

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  17. Add ExeLitFest: International Bestselling Crime to your Itinerary

    ExeLitFest: International Bestselling Crime

    Exeter

    Nordic Noir is a phenomenon which originally burst into the limelight with *Girl with a Dragon Tattoo* and *The Killing* and has refused to slink back into the (menacing) shadows ever since. And it is a genre embraced by writers and readers from a…

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    Exeter Library, Exeter

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    7 Nov 2021Open 12:30 -

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  18. Add John Lydon: I Could Be Wrong, I Could Be Right to your Itinerary

    John Lydon: I Could Be Wrong, I Could Be Right

    Exeter

    He’s a legend and an icon, a revolutionary and an immortal. John Lydon – aka Johnny Rotten – changed the face of music and sparked a cultural revolution. The frontman and lyricist of the Sex Pistols and Public Image Ltd (PiL) caused a political…

    Venue

    Exeter Corn Exchange, Exeter

    Dates

    From:
    10 Nov 2021Open 19:30 - 21:30

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  19. Add Brown Baby: an exploration of personal heritage and identity with Nikesh Shukla to your Itinerary

    Brown Baby: an exploration of personal heritage and identity with Nikesh Shukla

    Exeter

    Join us as acclaimed novelist and writer Nikesh Shukla explores themes of personal heritage and identity in his memoir, *Brown Baby*. More details about this event will be released soon - book now!

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    Nikesh Shukla is a novelist, short story…

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    12 Nov 2021Open 18:30 -

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  20. Add Life Writing: What You Need to Know with author Tom Cox  - Quay Words short writing course to your Itinerary

    Life Writing: What You Need to Know with author Tom Cox - Quay Words short writing course

    Exeter

    In this five week course, Tom Cox, using the experience he has gained as the author of eleven non fiction books, several newspaper columns, one novel and one collection of short stories, will guide you through the inner landscape of life writing.…

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    13 Nov 2021Open 11:00 -

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  21. Add Masterclass: Memoir Writing With Nikesh Shukla to your Itinerary

    Masterclass: Memoir Writing With Nikesh Shukla

    Exeter

    In this three-hour masterclass you will have the chance to dive into memoir writing with author Nikesh Shukla. This masterclass will explore techniques to address personal heritage and identity in your writing. Nikesh's recent memoir *Brown Baby*…

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    13 Nov 2021Open 14:00 -

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