Saturday 20th August 2022
7pm – 9pm
There is a possibility for ticket holders to come from 6pm, bring a picnic and enjoy the surroundings.
£12.50 per ticket
Les Barker writes strange poems and comes originally from Manchester, but he’s now Welsh.
He’s written far too many books, which sell in large numbers at his gigs because people don’t quite believe what they’ve just heard.
His poems have spawned a number of folk heroes: Jason and the Arguments, Cosmo the Fairly Accurate Knife Thrower, Captain Indecisive and Spot of the Antarctic, to name but two.
He has more recently won prizes for his Welsh poetry, including 7 small chairs, one big one and a stool. He’s hoping for a table next time.
If it is a warm and dry evening we might be on the lawn outside one of our timber-framed Centre buildings – in that case please bring a folding camping chair.
Please note that this is an outdoor event and you need to come appropriately dressed for the weather on the day.
If wet weather, we will be inside the large unheated workshop.
Complimentary non-alcoholic refreshments will be served during the intervals.
Sorry – no dogs.
PLEASE CONTACT US IN ADVANCE/PRIOR TO BOOKING TICKETS IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS WITH REGARDS TO ACCESSIBILITY OR IF YOU HAVE MOBILITY PROBLEMS.
We will follow the required social distancing restrictions and limit ticket sales.
We encourage car sharing due to limited car parking facilities.
In our aim to support the Arts all proceeds of the event will go to the artist.