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Archive for September 2019

Your Invitation to a very special evening on our Festival Fringe!

This will be a very special evening of story-telling, mythology and music in the convivial atmosphere of Pier Red. Story-teller Alice Fernbank will be bringing her adult show from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to Berwick for a one-off performance. Alice will be accompanied by a musician during the evening. The show will focus on the…

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Animals Out of Place – one of our exciting Fringe Events!

Animals out of place - exhibition - Berwick Literary Festival - Fringe

An article from The Learned Pig website by Louise Pallister: There’s a post on Instagram; a photo mottled with gallery reflections, close-up and a little oblique. It shows a vintage glass slide of a zookeeper and his charge. It’s not the best image but has an instant power. The keeper, wearing a peaked cap and…

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Buy the Books then Quiz the Authors!

A wide selection of the books written by the participants in our festival are now available at Geo. C. Grieve Ltd on Church Street in Berwick upon Tweed! Buy the books now and prepare your questions for when they appear in October! Contact: 1 Church St, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, TD15 1EG Tel 01289 306051

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My very first blog

September now, so time to get serious and start my blog. A quick look through the programme, and a few things stand out: Jessie Greengrass (just finished reading her novel); Martin’s the Printers (fascinated by anything to do with printing); Duncan Campbell (personal recommendation); Dewa and Jackie (anything that involves food tasting has got to…

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Berwick upon Tweed is in the News! Click here!

Berwick-upon-Tweed From The Guardian 31st August 2019 England’s northernmost town is one of the most picturesque stops along the Edinburgh-London mainline railway route, and well worth lingering in for a long weekend. With medieval town walls, Elizabethan ramparts and a Georgian town hall, it’s a mishmash of architectural delights dating back centuries. Robert Stephenson’s Royal Border Bridge,…

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