Bath & North East Somerset Council’s Library Service has a series of free events planned in Midsomer Norton and Radstock.
Local folk singer and teacher, Tim Graham, will offering Stories and Songs for 3-6-year-olds on Saturday May 24. He will be at Radstock Library at 11am and Midsomer Norton Library at 2pm. Tickets are free but places are limited so please contact the library to book in advance.
The next Poetry Liaisons event will take place at Midsomer Norton Library on Tuesday May 27 at 7pm. Everyone is welcome to attend; bring along a favourite poem or share one you have written.
On Tuesday July 1, from 7-8pm, David Lassman, the Bath-based author of The Regency Detective series of novels, will be at Midsomer Norton Library. Partly set in Regency Bath, the novels, co-authored by Terence James, are being written in conjunction with the development of a television series of the same name. Find out more at this free event. Tickets available from June 6
Bristol-based singer Phil King will be at Midsomer Norton Library on Tuesday July 22, singing songs he has written and cover versions. He will be supported by Midsomer Norton singer Jasmine Lamport. This is a free event, with tickets available from June 27.
Tickets are available from the libraries or by calling Council Connect on 01225 39 40 41.
You can find out more about all Bath & North East Somerset Council’s Libraries events from:
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