If I Should Die – WW1 Poetry evening with James Nash

1914: poetry remembersPoems from the First World WarNext Tuesday, September 30th 6.30-7.30pm we are celebrating the poetry from the Great War. We are really looking forward to poet James Nash  reading and discussing some of his favourite WW1 poems.

James’ always gives us some fascinating insights.

You are warmly invited to bring your own favourite poem or prose from that era so that we can have a discussion.

The event is free but places are limited so please book on 0113 2476016





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