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Claudine Toutoungi: Kendal Mountain Festival

Saturday 16 Nov 2019, 17:30 to 19:00

Brewery Arts Centre Malt Room
122A Highgate


Open Mountain: Inclusion and Connection is a new voice in mountain and outdoor literature. A panel discussion with performance prose and poetry, our event will showcase people under-represented in the outdoors. 

We were overwhelmed and deeply impressed by the breadth, range, and quality of work submitted, and wished we could include more of it. We are delighted to invite to the stage : CMarie Fuhrman - co-editor of Native Voices, an anthology of Native American poetry. Writer Claudine Toutoungi, poet Asim Khan, walking guide and writer Ange Harker and author Kate Davies. 

Tickets are £10/£3 - find out more on the festival website.  

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