The third Liverpool Literary Festival takes place this October with the programme featuring a host of writers.
Brooklyn author – and University of Liverpool Chancellor - Colm Tóibín (pictured above) will deliver the festival lecture on October 11, considering the subject Oscar Wilde, WB Yeats & James Joyce: Three Writers in Search of a Father, while the October 12 line-up includes Andrew Miller, Alan Hollinghurst, Molly Case and Jess Kidd.
The weekend of events features discussions, debates, workshops and readings will come to a conclusion with The Adorno Project’s Brontë Beat, a performance collage weaving the facts of the Yorkshire authors’ lives with the myths of their fiction.
With original songs, film, ambient sounds and spoken word, it explores the multi-faceted world of the Brontës through an electro-pop lens.
Liverpool Literary Festival director, Professor Dinah Birch said: “I’m delighted to be able to present such a rich and fascinating programme this year, with so much to offer all of our visitors.”
Events take place at the Victoria Gallery & Museum in Brownlow Hill.
Liverpool Literary Festival is on October 11-12. For the full line-up and tickets visit the website HERE