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Poetry Landmarks of Britain

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Landmarks in Newcastle Upon Tyne

Associated Place

Morden Tower

  details: One of the oldest poetry venues in England with a fantastic record of poets reading there - Basil Bunting, Ted Hughes, Seamus Heaney - and still lots ...
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Lit & Phil Library

  details: The Lit & Phil hosts regular poetry events, including readings and book launches. The library has an extensive poetry collection, with books by writer...
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Ongoing Event

Magnetic North

  details: Because they commission new poetry
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The Blue Room

  details: The Blue Room meets monthly, giving local writers and the general public an opportunity to hear both new writers and more experienced, bigger names. T...
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Poetry Promoter

new writing north

  details: We do a lot of work with poets in the region, commissions, educational work and awards.
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Public Art

The Memory Wall

  details: A wonderful piece of public poetry in a new school, written by the poet Linda France.
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Delaval Community Primary School

  details: An oasis in the inner city, Delaval is becoming known for the quality of the poetry enjoyed, written and performed by the children.
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School of English, University of Newcastle upon Tyne

  details: The School of English hosts poetry readings and book launches. We offer various creative writing courses - short evening classes, one week intensive ...
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The Blue Room

  details: It is a great chance to meet other writers once a month. There are 4 readings of 10 mins each night - perfect length, and great atmosphere with candle...
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