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Susan Calman and Graham Norton for Manchester Literature Festival

Susan Calman and Graham Norton for Manchester Literature Festival

SECRET FEARS AND PUBLIC LAUGHTER WITH POPULAR BROADCASTERS SUSAN CALMAN AND GRAHAM NORTON AT MANCHESTER LITERATURE FESTIVAL 2018

This year, Manchester Literature Festival is delighted to welcome two of the UK’s funniest and most outrageous broadcasters, Susan Calman and Graham Norton, who will be discussing their new books.

MLF presents An Evening with Graham Norton

Sunday 7 October 2018, 7pm                                                                                                                                   RNCM Theatre

MLF presents An Evening with Susan Calman 

Saturday 13 October 2018, 7.30pm   

2018 Festival dates: 6-21 October 2018

Now in its 13th year, Manchester Literature Festival has been building on its previous success expanding audiences and creating new partnerships across the national and international literary world.                                                

To book accessible seats for this event, please contact the venue box office directly on 

0161 907 5555 or email box.office@rncm.ac.uk

 

Full programme details of this year's Manchester Literature Festival will be announced in early August.

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Published: 14-Jun-2018

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