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UNESCO City of Literature

  1. Exeter Literary Itinerary
    There's a good reason why Exeter was awarded UNESCO City of Literature status in 2019. Follow our literary itinerary to see the key places of interest.
  2. Guest blog: Introducing Exeter St David's book vending machine

    A Penguin Books vending machine has been installed at Exeter St Davids train station!

  3. Book Cycle, Exeter

    2024 is the 5th anniversary of Exeter receiving its UNESCO recognition as a City of Literature, becoming part of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.

  4. Literary Exeter by Train
    Exeter is a UNESCO City of Literature and its literary history is reflected in fascinating attractions around the city and beyond, easily reachable from Exeter by rail with GWR.

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  1. Add Free tours of the historic Devon and Exeter Institution to your Itinerary

    Free tours of the historic Devon and Exeter Institution

    Exeter

    Visit our thriving independent historic library and educational charity in the heart of the city to find out what's happening with our exciting building conservation and renovation programme this week.

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

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

    Tiverton

    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…

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  3. Add Hannah Barnes and Sam Peters: Deep Dive: The Power and Importance  of Investigative Journalism to your Itinerary

    Hannah Barnes and Sam Peters: Deep Dive: The Power and Importance of Investigative Journalism

    Budleigh Salterton

    With fierce competition between news channels, sound bite reporting and the growth of AI, thorough investigative journalism has never been more important. We talk to two journalists whose dogged work revealed astonishing scandals that might…

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  4. Add Quay Voices with Claire Fuller to your Itinerary

    Quay Voices with Claire Fuller

    Exeter

    We’re thrilled to welcome prize-winning novelist Claire Fuller to the Custom House. Claire will be reading from a selection of her work including her latest novel The Memory of Animals. She’ll be supported on stage by a handful of talented emerging…

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  5. Add Marcus du Sautoy Around The World in 80 Games to your Itinerary

    Marcus du Sautoy Around The World in 80 Games

    Budleigh Salterton

    Where should you move first in Connect 4? What is the best property in Monopoly? How can pi help you win rock paper scissors? For as long as there have been people, there have been games, and for nearly as long, we have been exploring and…

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  6. Add Quay Words presents Joelle Taylor: The Night Alphabet to your Itinerary

    Quay Words presents Joelle Taylor: The Night Alphabet

    Exeter

    This June we welcome Joelle Taylor to the Custom House, for a reading from her debut novel The Night Alphabet followed by a Q&A.

    About The Night Alphabet:

    The tattoo was a reclamation, a flag we mounted in the centre of our own landscape.…

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