Bad Language comes to Royal Exchange Special FX for the first time in 2015 for a free hour of live literature.
In the relaxed environs of the Great Hall, some of our favourite wordsmiths will entertain you almost as much as the happy hour discounts available in the café.
Our wordsmiths this time are:
– Benjamin Judge, a hugely entertaining writer, editor and Bookmunch contributor;
– Michael Conley, an astonishingly talented support poet for Carol Ann Duffy and recent Bad Language headliner;
–Rod Tame, a widely renowned performance poet with a penchant for sonic screwdrivers, gays and geeks.
– Kate Feld, a brilliant creative non-fiction writer best known for The Manchizzle, the Real Story and the Blog North Awards.
JP Daly and Fat Roland will compere proceedings.
This event follows on from a packed Hallowe’en special (pictured below) featuring, among others, Booker shortlistee Alison Moore and the spellbinding Emma Jane Unsworth.
Will this one be as creepy? Will there be ghouls? Or will this be more of an Easter bunny kind of event? You’ll have to come along to find out.
Bad Language Special FX, Royal Exchange Manchester, 20 March 2015, 6pm-7pm. Free.
See more pictures in our photo gallery.