Solstice Season: An Evening with Alice Oswald

Solstice Season: An Evening with Alice Oswald

Included in Late Entry ticket

Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has been cancelled. We will be in touch with those who have made bookings in due course. 

We expect to bring you an Evening with Alice Oswald again in 2024. 

We are delighted to announce an evening event with the renowned poet Alice Oswald, author of Dart and The Thing in the Gap-Stone Stile, plus many others.

Alice Oswald will be presenting a reading as part of the Winter Solstice Season as Jodrell Bank. This event is being produced in partnership with Creative Manchester and will be chaired by fellow author Prof. John McAuliffe.

There will also be an opportunity for audience questions and a book signing following the event.

About Alice Oswald

Alice Oswald studied Classics at Oxford and then trained as a gardener. She worked in gardens for seven years before publishing her first book of poems, THE THING IN THE GAP-STONE STILE, which won the Forward Prize in 1996.

For a sneak peek of how her work comes to life when read aloud, click HERE to watch a live recording of her earlier work, “A Short Story of Falling”