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Plymouth International Book Festival

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Event timing: Early November
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The Plymouth International Book Festival is a new literature festival, (started in 2012) and the first large scale celebration of international and UK writers that Plymouth has ever seen. With a programme of readings, talks, poetry, workshops, demonstrations, music, film, and play, the festival promises something for everyone to enjoy.

Box Office: +44 (0)1752 585050
General enquiries: info@literatureworks.org.uk

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