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THE NOVELS OF J. L. CARR with Eileen and Tom Baker at the Methodist Hall

Time - 11.00 a.m.

A short talk with readings, considering the achievement of the author of 'A Month in the
Country 'and other novels, judged to have written the best fiction ever on cricket, football, teaching,
war service and publishing, all based on life closely observed and wittily recorded.


Admission Free - Donations to Festival Funds invited

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'ELIJAH AND THE THEFT OF GOD' with Robert Fowke at Bishop's Castle Town Hall

Time - 2pm

Bob Fowke looks at Canaanite and Biblical history, the power of narrative and the naming of gods,
and asks how these ancient disputes affect or underlie modern European culture.

Admission Free - Donations to Festival Funds invited

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STORYTELLING - Do you believe in DRAGONS? at Bishop's Castle Town Hall

Time - 10.30am - 12 noon

re they creatures of Myth, or do they really exist?
Where are they now? Are they really the sheep -
grabbing, village-destroying lizards of the old tales?
Find out with DRAGON TELLER Suzanne Thomas


Admission Free - Donations to Festival Funds invited

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'DRUNKEN ANGEL' WITH B.C. FILM SOCIETY at The Three Tuns Inn

Time - 8pm

An early film noir by Japan's most famous director Akira Kurosawa (his Seven Samurai was the
spiration for The Magnificent Seven) A tale of crime, passion, deceit and betrayal.

Admission - 5 pounds

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