Poetry reading with Matthew Hollis
The Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences
Doors open 6pm
Matthew Hollis is the Thresholds poet in residence at the Sedgwick museum. This is a rare opportunity to combine hearing this prize-winning poet with an after-hours visit to the museum which has inspired him.
Matthew’s poetry collection Ground Water was shortlisted for the Guardian First Book award, the Whitbread Prize for Poetry and the Forward Prize for Best First Collection.
Now All Roads Lead to France: the Last years of Edward Thomas won the Costa Biography Award and the H. W. Fisher Biography Prize and was Sunday times Biography of the Year.
This is a promenade event, limited seating is available.
Booking is essential: 01223 333456