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Tickets are NOW on sale for UEA Live: Autumn 2021!
The stellar line-up features writers and change-makers from the worlds of literature, media and politics, and marks 30 years of live literature at UEA.
All events will be held in the UEA Lecture Theatre block, in a safe and managed way. Although Government restrictions on indoor events have been lifted, UEA Live are selling tickets at 50% capacity. You can find out more information on their safety measures HERE.
Season ticket (all 7 events): £54 / £45 (concession)
Individual tickets: £9 / £5 (students)
BOOKING NOW OPEN: Visit the UEA Live website.
There’s a fabulous line up for this Autumn event:
- Wednesday 6th October – New York Times bestselling author Lauren Groff will discuss her new novel Matrix with UEA alum and author of The Shore, Sara Taylor.
- Wednesday 13th October – The gag-inducing, death-dropping, plant-based breakout star of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Season 2, Bimini Bon Boulash, discusses their debut book Release the Beast: A Drag Queen’s Guide to Life.
- Wednesday 20th October – #Merky Books panel discussion with UEA alum Jyoti Patel, winner of the 2021 #Merky Books New Writers’ Prize, Jade LB, author of the underground internet sensation, Keisha the Sket, and Lemara Lindsay-Prince, #Merky’s Senior Commissioning Editor.
- Wednesday 27th October – Sunday Times bestselling author, journalist, and podcaster Elizabeth Day, delves into her new suspense novel, Magpie, with author and UEA Professor Christie Watson.
- Wednesday 3rd November – Acclaimed novelist and short story writer Leone Ross explores love, addiction and magic realism in her new novel, This One Sky Day.
- Wednesday 10th November – Former Labour leader Ed Miliband discusses the need for change in his new book Go Big: How To Fix Our World – from inequality and climate crisis to the challenge of housing, technology and democratic change.
- Wednesday 17th November – Interdisciplinary artist, and co-founder of Malika’s Poetry Kitchen, Malika Booker, will discuss the collective’s upcoming anthology, Too Young, Too Loud, Too Different, with script-writer and poet Molly Naylor.
We think this is a wonderful experience to enjoy in Norwich this Autumn and a great way to mark 30 years of UEA’s flagship literary festival.
All events will be live in-person in the UEA Lecture Theatre block from 7pm – 8pm (unless government guidelines advise otherwise and then events will be moved online).
There will be author Q&As and the opportunity to buy signed copies of the authors’ books.
To book visit UEA Live.