Hearth November 2017

Saturday 4th November to Sunday 5th November 2017

Choose to attend Hearth for the day on Saturday or Sunday. The ticket price includes both talks on your chosen day, a meal, plus entry to Saturday evening's panel discussion with all four festival authors.

Saturday 4th November

Includes both Saturday talks, dinner and entry to the panel discussion.
-0+ £ 35.00
  • Krishan Coupland - Hyperfiction: Make a Part of History
    Sat 4th Nov, 14:30 to 15:30
    Krishan explores the various forms of hyperfiction as well as its future possibilities.

    0Included
  • Will Harris - Mixed Perspectives
    Sat 4th Nov, 16:00 to 17:00
    Will Harris mulls over societies where difference and complexity are the norm.

    0Included
Sunday 5th November

Includes both Sunday talks, lunch and entry to Saturday evening's panel discussion.
-0+ £ 35.00
  • Sam Guglani - Medical Humanities; Humane Medicine
    Sun 5th Nov, 10:15 to 11:15
    The poet, novelist and consultant oncologist considers the human and moral challenges of contemporary medicine.

    0Included
  • Joan Michelson - Bloomvale Home
    Sun 5th Nov, 11:45 to 12:45
    The poet discusses the practicalities, mundane details and inevitable fate of the residents of a Home for Assisted Living.

    0Included

Weekend tickets give you full access to Hearth across the weekend and include all four talks, dinner and lunch plus entry to the panel discussion. Places are limited.

Weekend Ticket

The full Hearth experience! The ticket price includes all talks, dinner on Saturday and lunch on Sunday, plus entry to the panel discussion with all four festival authors.
-0+ £ 60.00
  • Krishan Coupland - Hyperfiction: Make a Part of History
    Sat 4th Nov, 14:30 to 15:30
    Krishan explores the various forms of hyperfiction as well as its future possibilities.

    0Included
  • Will Harris - Mixed Perspectives
    Sat 4th Nov, 16:00 to 17:00
    Will Harris mulls over societies where difference and complexity are the norm.

    0Included
  • Sam Guglani - Medical Humanities; Humane Medicine
    Sun 5th Nov, 10:15 to 11:15
    The poet, novelist and consultant oncologist considers the human and moral challenges of contemporary medicine.

    0Included
  • Joan Michelson - Bloomvale Home
    Sun 5th Nov, 11:45 to 12:45
    The poet discusses the practicalities, mundane details and inevitable fate of the residents of a Home for Assisted Living.

    0Included

Krishan Coupland - Hyperfiction: Make a Part of History
Sat 4th Nov, 14:30 to 15:30
Krishan explores the various forms of hyperfiction as well as its future possibilities.
-0+ £ 14.00
Will Harris - Mixed Perspectives
Sat 4th Nov, 16:00 to 17:00
Will Harris mulls over societies where difference and complexity are the norm.
-0+ £ 14.00
Sam Guglani - Medical Humanities; Humane Medicine
Sun 5th Nov, 10:15 to 11:15
The poet, novelist and consultant oncologist considers the human and moral challenges of contemporary medicine.
-0+ £ 14.00
Joan Michelson - Bloomvale Home
Sun 5th Nov, 11:45 to 12:45
The poet discusses the practicalities, mundane details and inevitable fate of the residents of a Home for Assisted Living.
-0+ £ 14.00

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