Festival changes and cancellations can be found on our ‘Extra Reading’ page
Have you all heard about the wonderful Michael Morpurgo who will be telling his Leicester tale, ‘The Fox and the Ghost King’ at this years festival on Tuesday 4th October at the beautiful Leicester Cathedral? It’s going to be a truly magical evening! Tickets are now SOLD OUT (Yipee!)
You can now access the brochure for 2016 at the bottom of this page!
This year we planned to hold 4 lead up storytelling events in St. Martins Square, due to bad weather we have had to cancel 2 of these!! But the other 2 were very successful and luckily we have one more which is happening during the festival, so don’t miss it…
Saturday 8th October
Head down between 11am and 5pm to be involved and our storytelling sessions will be happening at 11:30, 12:30. 1:30 and 2:30 throughout the day.
Don’t miss out! See below for pictures of some of our sessions…
Everybody’s Reading is a festival of all things reading, taking place across Leicester city in schools, libraries and venues, ranging from bars, cafes, pubs, and coffee shops.
Everybody’s Reading is dedicated to encouraging every person in Leicester to hear spoken word artists, poets, authors and community writers in their local community venues and offers funding to help make this happen. With a large variety of genres catered to, it is guaranteed there is something for everyone to enjoy from anywhere in the city.
Want to volunteer at Everybody’s Reading 2016?