We’re delighted to announce that the Programme for this year’s Festival, which runs from 13 October to 2 November 2016, is now available. Printed programmes can be picked up from various locations around Wymondham, Norwich, and other locations in Norfolk. And you can also download an electronic version here (Wymondham Words 2016 programme, PDF, 4.3 MB).
We hope you’ll be able to join us at some of our fantastic events. Tickets are available in advance from Kett’s Books in Wymondham or The Book Hive in Norwich, and will also be available on the door subject to availability (but to avoid disappointment in case the events sell out we’d advise purchasing in advance).
We’re delighted that Wymondham Words will be returning again in the autumn – this year a couple of weeks later, with the Festival kicking off on Thursday 13 October with an event featuring Philip Hoare, the Samuel Johnson prize-winning author of Leviathan or, The Whale.
We have lots of other great writers lined up too and will post more details as soon as venues and ticket arrangements are more firmed up!
Thanks to everyone involved in Wymondham Words 2015, which was our most successful Festival to date. There will be an update on the site about what’s happening with the Festival in early Spring 2016. Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year to all!
TIckets are selling very well for this year’s Festival… The opening event, on the evening of Thurs 8 October – Patrick Barkham – is almost sold out, with just a few tickets remaining on sale in The Book Hive, Norwich.
To make sure you don’t miss out on any of the other events please purchase advance tickets from Kett’s Books in Wymondham and The Book Hive, Norwich. (Tickets for the poetry supper are also available direct from the venue, the Green Dragon Tavern.)
Exciting news! The 2015 Wymondham Words programme is now available! Keep an eye out at various locations around Wymondham, Norwich and Norfolk for the printed version, or download a copy of the PDF. See the Event page for full details.
Tickets are now available to purchase from Kett’s Books in Wymondham and The Book Hive in Norwich. See our Tickets page for further details. Some events are sure to sell quickly, so please purchase in advance to avoid disappointment on the night (and to take advantage of special ticketing offers, such as the £10 combined ticket for Eastern Gothic and Not Lost in Translation).
Hello and welcome to our new webiste. Please bear with us if it remains a little sparse for a while, but lots more information about the 2015 Festival will be added soon, as well highlights from earlier years.