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Words by the Water Literature Festival

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Theatre by the Lake
Keswick
Cumbria
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The annual Words by the Water festival returns to Theatre by the Lake in Keswick, Cumbria. The modern theatre on the edge of Derwentwater hosts talks, discussions, performances and exhibitions.

Tickets are available from the theatre on 017687 74411 or online at www.theatrebythelake.com

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