Alan Sillitoe

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Name: Alan Sillitoe
First reported Jun 12 2014 - Updated Jun 12 2014 - 2 reports

City centre trail to celebrate our great writers

Nottingham's great literary heritage is to be celebrated with a new trail through the city centre.Visitors to the city will be able to take in some of the places which were popular with writers such as Lord Byron, DH Lawrence and Alan Sillitoe.The first ... [Published - Jun 12 2014]
First reported Jun 02 2014 - Updated Jun 02 2014 - 1 reports

Britannia Waves the Rules review – evokes harrowing life on the frontline

At least one theatre company advised Gareth Farr to put his debut play in a drawer and forget about it. Instead, Farr entered it for – and subsequently won – the Bruntwood prize in 2011.It's easy to see why theatres would be wary of producing Farr's drama ... [Published - Jun 02 2014]


The plan has received support, including from Alan Sillitoe's son David. "we are trying to put together something which will give people a way of going around the city and picking up on the work of different writers" said Mr Sillitoe

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City centre trail to celebrate our great writers [Published Nottingham Post - Jun 12 2014]
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