Where is Mrs. Christie? She’s at a party drinking double cream fending off tiresome newspapermen still enquiring over those eleven days. The new one-woman show written and directed by Chris Jaeger with Liz Grand – senior actor with the Worcester Repertory Company – playing the best-selling mystery writer opens in 1957 as Agatha receives a […]
Introduced by crime writer Nick Triplow, Hull Noir presented Unbound in the Reading Room at Hull Library as part of this year’s Humber Mouth. The panel discussion led by Ali Harper featured Eva Dolan, Jo Jakeman and Sarah Hillary all four prize-winning and critically acclaimed authors from the world of Crime Fiction.
A Portuguese, a French, an Austrian, a Lithuanian and an English walk into Hull… and say 68% really? Travelling from Barton upon Humber across the Humber Bridge, along the bank of the Humber and into Hull. Along the way the four will discuss issues relating to identity, rights, referendum questions and Brexit. One Last Dance – An Chéad […]
Will Self writer/thinker/polemicist/critic and an avid walker, returns to Hull brandishing a new text commissioned by Humber Mouth, published by Wrecking Ball Press, Responding to the theme How Was Your Day? He will shortly read the work in his unmistakable drawl, but first Will espouses his fondness for Hull.
Sunday teatime Humber Mouth hosted the Royal Society event The Evolution of Science Writing. Two authors, mathematician Eugenia Cheng and environmental journalist Gaia Vince – aided by Dr. Steve Cross science communicator – spoke at length about the art of science writing past, present and future.
Introduced by Writing Squad Director Steve Dearden, Project H is a branch of the programme, set up with the the aim of creating, the next generation of writers in the North. By targeting the 16 – 21 age group Writing Squad becomes an essential stepping stone from school or college, into the professional world.