Brewery Arts Centre - Malt Room
A mute-purpose space which will host all out Literature events this year , the Boardman Tasker event and the famous Kendal Mountain Festival Party. There will be no parking availability at The Brewery over the Mountain Festival weekend, we advise that you find alternative parking if you are attending the event. Should you require more information on this please do not hesitate in contacting us.
Enter the Brewery Arts Centre, walk past the Box Office and head under the arch then take a left up the short flight of stairs and continue straight ahead.
Brewery Arts Centre - Malt Room Events
Nancy will be discussing her new book, A Library of Ice. A fascinating and beautifully rendered evocation of the interplay of people and their environment on a fragile planet, and of a writer’s quest to define the value of her work in...
This wonderful new anthology of Cumbrian poetry brings together a contrasting collection of voices in recognition of the great and continuing tradition of Lake District poetry.
Graham Hoyland, the climber who was responsible for finding the body of George Mallory on Mount Everest, has been on another quest. On an expedition to the remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, he found and filmed footprints of the mythical Yeti in a...
Join Abi Andrews, Jay Armstrong, Natasha Carthew and Horatio Clare in conversation with Claire Carter on Nature Connection; the words that connect the worlds, the writers and the readers.
A radical examination of Britain's relationship with the land, by one of our greatest nature writers.
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