MK Lit Fest, Milton Keynes` premier literary programme, is recruiting a Project Manager for 2022. We are developing three programme strands for 2022: our continuing online programme, a new community programme, and restoration of the face-to-face Festival that was so successful from 2017-19. We particularly want to reach new audiences with new approaches.
We`d like to hear from you if you have a passion for and knowledge of all things wordy, sound organisational and interpersonal skills, experience of running complex programmes of events, and a belief in the power and value of writing.
Closing date: 3rd December 2021
Interviews: 10th December 2021
MK Lit Fest is bringing a wealth of diverse voices to your screens this Spring as we continue our online events season. Listen to womens’ voices as the 100 Voices for 100 Years projects celebrates a century of female suffrage, learn about the importance of LGBT voices as Chris Bryant MP tells how a group of almost forgotten queer and nearly queer rebel MPs helped change the course of Word War II, and hear BAME voices in the writings of novelist and screenwriter Courttia Newland.
And we have masterclasses and workshops too: come along and improve your skills in short story, poetry and flash fiction writing, songwriting and marketing yourself as a writer. We’ll have a poetry workshop too – learn more at www.mklitfest.org or follow on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to stay up to date! Read More
Arts Gateway MK is excited to introduce Live At The Kiln, a new series of livestream performances in collaboration with CARC. For our inaugural event, we have the incredibly talented Ali In The Jungle joining us to release their latest single ‘Fuel On The Fire’ at 8pm on Saturday 10th April.
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