Connecting People and Books along the Waveney & Blyth
The Two Rivers book festival aims to raise the profile of those who promote, protect, create and distribute books in our area and to remind us all of the uniqueness of books. Every year we have a variety of talks, workshops and walks hosted by guest speakers, bookshop owners, librarians and volunteers.
We’re currently working on the 2021 Festival series of events and will have news on the programme of events soon.
Last year’s programme of virtual talks, creative prompts and film screenings took a closer look at the local landscape and writers who explore the natural world, as part of our Virtually Autumn events series. Click on the events below to find out more about them.
Wed 9th Sept – Film Screening: The Innocents (12A)
Thurs 10th Sept – Talk / Walk / Reflect: Remote Walking Project
Wed 16th Spet – Film Screening: Kes (PG)
Thurs 24th Sept – Talk / Discussion: Women and Place
Sat 26th Sept – Film Screening: Patience (After Sebald) (12A)
Sun 27th Sept – Talk / Discussion: Roger Deakin, A Life To Come
Thurs 15th October – Our Rural Heritage in Words & Images: Live Streamed from Museum of East Anglian Life