Events

Listings for forthcoming readings and events featuring Longbarrow Press poets.

2018

Longbarrow Press at PAGES Leeds
The Tetley, Hunslet Road, Leeds, LS10 1JQ
Saturday 3 & Sunday 4 March | 11am-5pm | Admission free
The longest running artists’ book fair outside of London celebrates its 21st anniversary. Throughout its history, PAGES has attracted national and international participation and welcomed thousands of visitors from across the UK. Longbarrow Press will be sharing a stall with Gordian Projects over the two days of the fair; we’ll have a full range of titles and a number of special offers. Click here for further details.

The Old Weird Albion with Justin Hopper, Chris Jones and Sharron Kraus
Bishops House, Norton Lees Lane, Sheffield S8 9BE
Friday 20 April | 7.30pm | £7 advance / £8 door (includes a free glass of wine)
An evening of prose, poetry and music, in which Justin Hopper and Sharron Kraus perform a new collaborative composition inspired by the landscape around Chanctonbury Ring, supported by Longbarrow Press poet Chris Jones (reading his Reformation-era sequence ‘Death and the Gallant’). Click here for further details.

Longbarrow Press at Print Stuff
The De Grey Rooms, St Leonards Place, York, YO1 7HD

Saturday 28 April | 10am-5pm | Admission free
An independent print and publishing fair in York’s historic De Grey Rooms, bringing together illustration, photography, printmaking, textiles, poetry, and artist books. Longbarrow Press will be sharing a stall with Gordian Projects over the two days of the fair; we’ll have a full range of titles and a number of special offers. Click here for further details.

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