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    European Literature Night 2015

    Welcome to the UK’s seventh European Literature Night! Held simultaneously in 24 cities around the continent, London’s events are a highlight of the capital’s literary calendar. This year we’re delighted to see European Literature Night move beyond just one night as we offer a host of events, from the main night’s plethora of inspiring interviews to a spoken word wonder

  • European Literature Night

    European Literature Night

    European Literature Night (ELN) is an annual celebration of writing in translation from across the continent. Originally the idea of the Czech Centre, ELN now takes place in 14 cities across Europe on the same night in May, with more cities participating every year. Speaking Volumes has produced the ELN London events since 2012. About European Literature Night London European

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    Of Another World UK Tour 2014-15

    Speaking Volumes presents an exciting collaboration between award-winning poet and playwright Avaes Mohammad and the renowned puppetry theatre company Wax Baby Productions. Of Another World is an immigrant tale highlighting themes of readjustment, rejection and the affected self-esteem of so many of those charged with establishing a new identity in a world unknown to them. This poignant narrative is delivered

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    European Literature Night 2014

    Now in its sixth year, European Literature Night returns once again to celebrate the best of literature from across the continent, an enthralling journey of words across some vivid cultural landscapes. Bigger and bolder than ever before, European Literature Night will present two events this year. European Literature Night: The Writers will be an event of readings and conversation with

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    Poetry Parnassus

    Poetry Parnassus was the largest gathering of international poets in world history. 140 poets, spoken word artists, praise singers, rappers and storytellers performed their work in more than 50 languages over a packed week of events from 26th June to 1st July 2012, in celebration of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Poets representing all 204 nations eligible to