Manchester’s live literature heavyweights return with another monthly treat for spoken word fans. Non-fiction writer Malachy Tallack performs in Manchester for the first time with his hotly anticipated debut novel ‘The Valley At The Centre Of The World’.
Described as ‘a moving, authentic novel of the Scottish islands in the twenty-first century’ by Amy Liptrot and ‘A desperately beautiful novel’ by Sara Baume, the Canongate novelist will be reading from the book on 30th May. Joining Tallack will be the usual collection of new and established stars of the Manchester spoken word scene on the legendary open-mic. Hosted at Gullivers on Oldham Street, Bad Language run a pay-what-you-feel system for audience members.

Wed 30 May, Gullivers, 109 Oldham Street, Manchester M4 1LW. Tel: 0161 819 2970. 7.30pm, Pay What You Feel,

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Wed 30 May
Joshua Gordon
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Sun 27 May 2018