Plays and Prose and Poetry

This is my seventh and final blog as guest blogger for Berwick Literary Festival. My debut gig as a literary festival blogger comes to a…

Wendy Errington
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In Conversation With...

In Conversation With… Stephanie Butland, Caroline Roberts, Dave Randall and Colin Young. Not all at once. They constituted three, out of the nine, events I…

Wendy Errington
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Ode Again

ODE AGAIN Saturday. BLF Well this be it. My Ode day. There’s a little flutter of excitement as I head off to St Aidan…

Tricia Coxon
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Ode on a Railway Station

ODE ON A RAILWAY STATION? For over 50 years now I have arrived, and left, Berwick upon Tweed via the very wonderful railway station. The…

Tricia Coxon
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TWEED

TWEED There can’t be many of us, of whatever age, who haven’t worn an item of tweed at some time in our lives…

Hilary
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A Music of Speech

A MUSIC OF SPEECH  Forty years ago, in a valleys school, the class recited poetry by rote. Since the dumbness of misery fell he has…

Hilary
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Bookworm Heaven

What would you do, if you could do anything in the world? One of the things I answer is: open a bookshop, that has a…

Wendy Errington
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Wandering in Berwick

Welcome to part two of my brief look at Berwick as the star of the Literary Festival (fitting, as a new film about Robert the…

Jackie Kaines
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Eating and drinking in Berwick

Of course Berwick Literary Festival 2017 is going to be a gem of a festival. Take a look at the programme and you’ll see…

Jackie Kaines
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Not In A Tent

In October I’m going be a guest blogger at the Berwick Literary Festival, in Northumberland. Before I share what’s on offer; some admissions…

Wendy Errington
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