There are lots of events designed for teens and adults during the festival, some of which are free. Follow the links below to book.
SWEARING, DRINKING, RACE AND SEX IN TEENAGE FICTION:
A panel discussion with David Fickling, Meg Rosoff and David Almond
SAT 22 OCT | 5PM – 6PM | £8 | 16+ YRS
UNIVERSITY OF EXETER, XFI LECTURE THEATRE
OTHER MEN’S SHOES
Is To Kill A Mockingbird a racist book?
TALK BY TANYA LANDMAN – WRITER IN RESIDENCE
WED 19 OCT | 5PM – 6PM | FREE | 15+ YRS (PARENTS & TEACHERS)
UNIVERSITY OF EXETER ST LUKE’S CAMPUS, G18
Four of Swords’ performance featuring live music, film projections and shocks aplenty.
MON 17 – SAT22 OCT| 7PM & 9PM £15 (£13) | 11+ YRS
GREAT FULFORD, DUNSFORD
ELLEN RENNER – WRITER IN RESIDENCE
Write about it!
THU 27 OCT | 2PM | FREE | 12+ YRS
Ellen Renner, author of Castle of Shadows and
the Tribute books, will lead her popular writing workshop for teenagers
BSL STORY TELLING WORKSHOP
FRI 28 OCT | 10.30AM – 12 NOON | FREE ALL AGES
An exciting chance to take part in a British Sign Language Storytelling Workshop, suitable for all ages, offered in both BSL and English