Middlesbrough will host a Mini Comic Con on Saturday 22nd June as part of the fifth Middlesbrough Literary Festival , which begins on Saturday 15th June.
The ethos of
the Middlesbrough Literary Festival is to celebrate the word in all its
forms through reading, writing, music and spoken word and we have
something to cover all these forms in this year's programme.
The team are
putting particular emphasis on creative writing and performance in 2013,
offering variety of learning opportunities including writing workshops,
local history sessions and opportunities to meet and learn from
literary agents, publishers and learning providers.
The Mini Comic Con starts at Middlesbrough Central Library at 10.00am and includes a talk by 2000AD and Beano comic artist Nigel Dobbyn.
Tickets for all Festival are on sale at Middlesbrough Central Library or you can book and pay for them at any Middlesbrough library.
• More info and full Festival timetable: www.middlesbrough.gov.uk/litfest
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