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Community Programme

LitFest is working with an increasing number of local schools.  We engage professional writers/poets James Nash and Michelle Scally Clark to work with primary and secondary school groups to develop their confidence in writing and presentation through poetry and short stories. 

This year we are working with the following primary schools: Ireland Wood, Quarry Mount, Shire Oak, Spring Bank, St Chad’s and Weetwood.  We are also working again with local secondary schools.  We are also working once again with the disabled writers from Osmondthorpe Resource Centre, in partnership with the Headingley Writers from the WEA.


 
Tickets can be bought


1. via our box office partner:   
 HEART Centre, Bennett Road Leeds LS6 3HN, which is open Monday to Saturday 9am to 11pm 
 


They can be bought

·       On-line : from www.heartcentre.org.uk/whats-on/litfest  transaction charge of 10% for online bookings)

·       In person: from  HEART Centre reception, Bennett Road Leeds LS6 3HN (no booking fee)

·       By phone: 0113 275 4548 – tickets bought in this way do not attract a booking fee but they must be picked up in person from HEART before the event. They will not be available ‘on the door’ of the event.


PLEASE NOTE TICKETS FOR EVENTS CANNOT BE RESERVED VIA THE BOX OFFICE



2. From our partners: for many of our events tickets should be bought from our partners — please see the event description for details



Any unsold tickets will be available on the door at each event.



For free events (apart from the launch which will be ticketed) just turn up.



PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL OUR VENUES HAVE LIMITED AUDIENCE CAPACITY AND THAT WE CANNOT ADMIT AUDIENCE ABOVE THAT CAPACITY

Thanks
Thanks are due to Arts@Leeds, Jimbo’s Fund, Leeds City Council, Leeds Community Foundation, Leeds Libraries, local councillors (Headingley: Martin Hamilton, Janette Walker, Neil Walshaw; Hyde Park & Woodhouse: Christine Towler; Weetwood:  Jonathan Bentley, Sue Bentley, Judith Chapman), North Leeds Life, Meerkat Publications and Design and West North West Management (LCC)