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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Pauline Prior Pitt @ Bakehouse & Rosslyn Chapel

There are two opportunities to hear the work of Pauline Prior Pitt - reading first at Rossyln Chapel, and then again at The Bakehouse. Read on down for futher info!

Pauline Prior PittSaturday April 27th
7.00 for 7.30

Pauline Prior-Pitt’s poems have appeared on Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, Pick of the Week, With Great Pleasure, and Poetry Please; and on Channel 4, Central, and Carlton Television. Her One Woman Shows attract large audiences in Festivals. She is a very amusing After Dinner Speaker, author of several sell-out collections and was the winner of the Callum Macdonald Award for North Uist Sea Poems in 2006.  She’ll be reading  from her new collection “Elsewhere” pub. SPIKE PRESS – that  quirky mixture of humour and poignancy we have come to expect from her work.

“Everyone needs a Pauline Prior-Pitt on their bookshelves.” Maureen Lipman

“Pitt was the Hit!” Swindon Literature Festival

“Warm, witty, wise, and wonderfully truthful. Her poetry and performance reach the core. A highlight of the Festival.”      Bewdley Festival

And then there’s always  the Fickle Tupperware bowl….
Bring a poem, a song, an instrument - anything to move, enchant,
inspire or entertain
To book ring 01557 814175 or email

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