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International Literature Festival The Hague

Winternachten 2018

Thu 18 - Sunday 21 January 2018

Programme

Closer to Poets - Speakers' Corner Haagse Hogeschool

Speakers' Corner Haagse Hogeschool
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Timetable

Dichterbij Dichters, Speakers' Corner, Haagse Hogeschool, met vlnr Sanam Sheriff, Efe Murad, Ghayath Almadhoun, Hassnae Bouazza en Maarten van der Graaff.
Dichterbij Dichters, Speakers' Corner, Haagse Hogeschool, met vlnr Sanam Sheriff, Efe Murad, Ghayath Almadhoun, Hassnae Bouazza en Maarten van der Graaff.

The 23rd Winternachten international literature festival-edition took place from Thursday 18 January up till and including Sunday 21 January. Over 80 writers, poets and musicians from The Netherlands and abroad this time not only came to festival locations Theater aan het Spui and Filmhuis Den Haag, but will also visit schools and perform in The Hague neighbourhoods.

The festival, known for its scintillating mix of declamation, readings, conversations about topical subjects, musical performances and film programme, has no less then eight locations this edition. From 18-21 January, central festival locations are Theater aan het Spui and Filmhuis Den Haag.

Additionally, the festival presents free entry writers' performances at the Speakers' Corner of the Haagse Hogeschoo, at the International Institute of Social Studies, at Theater Dakota, at public library Schilderswijk and public library Nieuw Waldeck.

The Lighthouse, centre for debate, culture and innovation of the Haagse Hogeschool and Winternachten festival present, Thursday 18 January, at the Speakers' Corner the programme 'Dichterbij Dichters' (Close up to Poets) featuring poetry-slam talent Sanam Sheriff from India, poets Efe Murad (Turkey) and Ghayath Almadhoun (Sweden), and writer-poet Maarten van der Graaff from the Netherlands: Writers Unlimited introduces a new international literary generation. Participants read from their own work and Hassnae Bouazza discusses the expressiveness of poetry with the poets and the public.
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