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Arts festival continues with full programme of events
11:00am Tuesday 6th May 2014 in News
THE following events are taking place in Darlington this week as part of Darlington Arts Festival. Darlington Film Club will host a screening of Seven Samurai, at The Forum, in Borough Road, at 8pm on Tuesday (May 6). Admission costs £3 at the door.
RAUNCHY READS: A dramatised reading entitled Raunchy Reads and Serious Sermons: A Geordie Library in the 18th Century will be held at Cafe Create, in Parkgate, from 7pm on Tuesday (May 6). Admission costs £4 at the door.
OPEN MIC: An Open Mic night will be held in The Forum on Wednesday (May 7). Admission is free. Doors open at 7pm.
FOLK CLUB: Darlington Folk Club is holding an open mic evening on Thursday (May 8), at 8pm, at the Copper Beech, in Neasham Road. Admission is free.
POETRY SESSION: Poet Jo Colley will host a three-hour poetry seminar at Cafe Create, from 3pm, on Friday (May 9). Admission is £6 at the door or pre-book at cafecreatedarlington.co.uk
WRITING TALK: Writer Tracey Iceton and fellow academics will talk about their postgraduate creative writing studies and read extracts from their work at the Health Warehouse Cafe, in Post House Wynd, at 6.30pm on Friday (May 9). There will also be open mic slots. Admission costs £3 at the door. Call 07773-797-817 for more details.
BOOK FAIR: A book fair will be held from 10am to 4pm on Saturday (May 10), at Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College, in Vane Terrace.
JAZZ CLUB: Darlington jazz club meets at 5.30pm on Sunday, May 11, at The Forum. Visit theforumonline.co.uk for more information.
EVENT OFF: An art selling event organised by Catherine Howard, which was due to take place at the Head of Steam railway museum, on Saturday (May 10) and Sunday has been cancelled.