The Crime Writer’s Association has honoured the Llandeilo Lit Fest with a feature in its newsletters, and you can also find information about the festival at the Literature Wales website http://www.literaturewales.org/lw-event/gwyl-llen-llandeilo-2017/
Meanwhile, the programme booklets have become available and bookings are taking off. Remember some of our venues are small, so book early to avoid disappointment.
The festival is a four day programme of literary events running from 27-30 April. During the festival readings, discussions, workshops and literary talks will take place across Llandeilo: The Angel Inn, the Horeb Chapel of the Cawdor Hotel, Eve’s Toy Shop, the Fountain Fine Art Gallery, Igam Ogam and the Civic Hall.
A book / treasure hunt through town will take place on Saturday. There are children’s drawing and writing competitions and a two day book fair in the Civic Hall, Sat and Sun, 11am-4pm.
Tickets are available now via the website and https://www.eventbrite.com/
Jasper Fforde, Fflur Dafydd , Aneirin Karadog, DT Davies, Jo Mazelis, Lisa Fearn, Phil Carradice, David Ebsworth, David Stuart Davies, Kate Glanville, Sion Tomos Owen, Jen Jones, Jodi Taylor, Alun Gibbard, Alun Wyn Bevan, Neill Griffiths, Karla Brading, Christoph Fischer, Philippa Davis, Wendy White, Dr D Huw Owen, Dafydd Wyn, Pete Akinwunmi, Graham Watkins, Dominic Williams, Will MacMillan Jones, Anthony Jones, Eloise Williams, Phil Cope, Julian Dutton, Marc Mordey, Mel Perry, Fiddlebox, Tim ap Hywel, Sally Spedding, Judith Barrow, Thorne Moore, Cheryl Reese-Price, Sarah Reynolds, Alys Einion, Jean Gill, JA Corrigna, David Evans, Kate Murray, Angela Fish.