Next Sunday (7th October) sees the first North Wales International Poetry Festival come to the region. A series of events will be taking place from 1st October in Bangor, Aberystwyth, and Machynlleth, with the final event showcased by local arts promoters theAbsurd.co.uk at Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold.
This unique festival will then start at 4pm at Clywd Theatr Cymru, bringing leading poets from around Europe to Mold for a unique encounter between cultures. Presented with translation into Welsh and English, this is a chance to hear some of the most vibrant contemporary voices in their own languages, including Morten Søndergaard (Danish), Julia Fiedorczuk (Polish), Jeroen Theunissen (Belgian Flemish), Anja Utler (German) and Katerina Iliopoulou (Greek), Eduard Escoffet (Catalan) Estíbaliz Espinosa (Galician) and the Swedish-born multilingual poet Cia Rinne. If it is sometimes said that poetry is what is lost in translation, this event will show what is gained when different ways of looking at the world spark each other into life.
The event will be introduced by Zoë Skoulding, editor of Poetry Wales Magazine.
Book tickets online here.
Sunday 7th October 2012. Doors 4pm.
Clwyd Theatr Cymru the Clwyd Room.
Each year, Cittaslow International designates the last Sunday of September as “Cittaslow Sunday” and encourages the 150 Cittaslow towns and cities around the world to organise events and activities that involve locals and visitors in actively celebrating the principles and objectives of the Cittaslow movement. Continue reading
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I’d love to see you and a friend or two “chez moi” in Diss anytime from 10 am on Friday 28th September 2012! Continue reading