Spring and Summer 2018 spoken Word Tour Dates - Tom Cox

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Monday, 21 September 2015

Spring and Summer 2018 spoken Word Tour Dates


April 27th
Chipping Norton Literary Festival. Tickets available here.



May 22nd
St Nicholas Priory, Exeter, with Jim Ghedi. Tickets available here.

June 3rd
Derby Book Festival. Tickets available here.

June 18th
Tiverton Literary Festival: Liz Nojan Books. Ticket link coming soon (or available from the venue).

June 27th
Beaminster Festival. 2.30pm, St Mary's Church. Tickets available here

June 30th/July 1st
Wealden Literary Festival. Ticket link coming soon.

July 13th
Newark Book Festival. Tickets available here

July 26th-29th
Port Eliot Festival, Cornwall. More info coming soon.

August 31st - Sept 3rd
End Of The Road Festival, Dorset. More info coming soon. 





Spring and Summer 2018 spoken Word Tour Dates Reviewed by Tom Cox on 06:46:00 Rating: 5 April 27th Chipping Norton Literary Festival. Tickets available here . May 22nd St Nicholas Priory, Exeter, with Jim Ghed...

20 comments:

Neil Shipman said...

Hiya tom, is there any chance of a west midlands date on your spoken word tour ?. Neil.

Neil Shipman said...

Hiya tom, is there any chance of a west midlands date on your spoken word tour ?. Neil.

Neil Shipman said...

Hiya tom, is there any chance of a west midlands date on your spoken word tour this year. Many thanx. Neil.

Rhona Sweeting said...

Why no Scottish dates?

Hazel said...

See you in Sheffield - can't blumin' wait!

fifowkes said...

Are you coming anywhere near Reading? If so, bring Shipley, as Sweary Redfer wants to have a swear-off! Apart from the fact we'd love to see you :-)

Anonymous said...

Any chance that you'd wander as far afield as Belfast?!

Jenn said...

Just got tix for the Strong Arm event! SO happy my trip over there coincided with this!! I planned it that way, yeah, that's it ;)

Jon Ford said...

Midlands area please

Dean Woodhouse said...

Enough London already, get to Manchester!

Dean Woodhouse said...

Enough London already, get to Manchester!

Tim Atkinson said...

Ditto the Midlands if possible Tom please. :)

Anonymous said...

So please you coming back to Norwich

Anonymous said...

Melbourne, Australia please!

Teresa Dudley said...

I know it's a lonnnnnnnng way from Totnes but ... you could try The White Rose Bookshop in Thirsk. It's an excellent independent book store just north of York and they often hold events there with authors, poets & musicians ... plus, they have a cafe with bostin' homemade cakes!! Cake, cats & books ... what more could one wish for??

Unknown said...

Hi Tom.

I notice you're still adding dates to your spoken word tour. If you fancied coming to West Yorkshire, we've got an ace cafe in Todmorden, called Kava.

It's a vegetarian cafe which does the best coffees in town, and hosts poetry nights, book clubs etc.

Oh, and it's owned and run by Dale Hibbert, who used to be in The Smiths. He lives a few doors along from me and I know for a fact he is a crazy cat man. I'm sure they would be happy to have you, if you fancied it.

Miranda said...

How about an Oxford date? Oxford is full of cats, cat-lovers and mad cat people. We have loads of great independent cafes, though no independent bookshop in the centre as far as I know. Please please please come=^..^=

Anonymous said...

Aaah! I am coming to London from the Netherlands on the evening of the 11th so I got excited but you are speaking at 2pm... Hmpf. Oh well.

Rowanmaya Dee said...

Please come to Portsmouth! 🙏🙏🙏

Jane Greenwood said...

Surrey pls!!