Readings with Wendy Cope
Saturday 22nd April 2017
15:00 at Waterstones, Nottingham
One of Britain's favourite and best-selling poets, the award-winning Wendy Cope is treasured by so many for her witty and gentle observations of the mundane and every-day aspects of English life.
Her droll and rueful wisdom connects her prose to the traditions of those most essentially English poets Betjeman and Larkin, but sharpness and barbed parody add a hitherto absent razor's edge making her seem much more a TS Eliot for the age of the smartphone.
These readings will leave you feeling comforted and confirmed in her place as one of our finest humourists as she casts eyes, as satirical as they can be poignant, over everything from domestic celebration to the minefield of sexual politics.
This exclusive event for Nottingham Poetry Festival is not to be missed, places are limited book online now or call to reserve your ticket!
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