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STOCKMAN PERFORMING AT THE CS LEWIS FESTIVAL (With JAN CARSON & JAMIE NEISH)

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CS LEWIS FESTIVAL

November 19th, 2016

Walking on Water: Faith, Art and Risk

8pm

Canteen Kitchen Cafe, Belmont Road

£8 event only; £13.50 event + sharing plate (Food must be booked by 12 noon)

An evening of words, music and discussion with singer/songwriter, Jamie Neish, broadcaster and poet, Steve Stockman and novelist, Jan Carson. Join us for an intimate evening of performance and discussion as they explore the various ways in which faith and religious experience has influenced their artistic practice.

BYO alcohol or avail of a wide range of tea, coffee and soft drinks. Canteen will be serving dinner before the event with a special offer of 3 courses for £15, or enjoy a sharing plate of meats, cheeses, breads and dips during the event.

Quite excited and feeling an acute inferiority complex to be performing and discussing art alongside two of the city's finest. I don't do my poetry much. Very rarely in such a context. However, I thought I would stretch myself and respond to the honour of being asked. I also get in free to see Jan and Jamie! Be great to see familiar faces... Will be a great night.

for full CS Lewis Festival 2016 programme click here

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