Sounds like a pleasant evening in aid of a cause quite close to my heart, unfortunately not close to my present home but for those over that way it should be good.
Taking place in the atmospheric setting of St John on the Wall, the literary event Life, Love and Mortality will be an evening of thought-provoking tales, poetry and music. From 7pm to 10.30pm on Thursday 9th June, performers will share literary works and music inspired by the setting and by the themes life, love and mortality.
The event will offer the chance to spend an evening in one of Bristol’s hidden buildings, cared for by The Churches Conservation Trust, whilst listening to short fiction, poetry and music.
Featuring the words of Judy Darley, Paul Deaton, Louise Gethin, Harriet Kline, Mike Manson, Helen Sheppard, and Claire Williamson, plus the music of Joanna Butler and Paul Bradley, this will be an evening focused on the things that can stop us in our tracks, and spur us on to achieve our dreams.
A bar will be available.
Proceeds will go to
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