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Bradford Literature Festival
Digital Programme

We''re excited to announce that the 2020 Bradford Literature Festival will take place online, bringing you 10 days of free events, accessible via our newly updated website

Tune in to hear unique conversations between household names such as Christopher Eccleston and Lemn Sissay, to explore some of the most important issues of our time with guests such as rapper and activist Lowkey and American politician Ilhan Omar, and much more. We''ve created a Digital Programme with all the intellect, passion and joy of the live festival, streamed directly into your own home.

New content will become available each day between Friday 26th June and Sunday 5th July, with very special Question & Answer events taking place live across digital platforms such as Zoom and Youtube.

The 2020 Digital Programme brochure will be available from Friday 12th June
containing up-to-the-minute event listings and all the information
you need to tune in and take part. 

For updates, conversation and more, don''t forget to follow us @BradfordLitFest on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Known for roles in award winning shows such as Our Friends in the North and Dr Who alongside films like 28 Days Later and Gone in 60 Seconds, Christopher Eccleston is one of the UK''s best loved stars of stage and screen. 

Lemn Sissay MBE is a BAFTA nominated International prize winning author, poet and playwright. Roles such as the official poet of the London 2012 Olympics have solidified Sissay as one of Britains most recognisable poetic voices.

Both Eccleston and Sissay were born and raised in working class households in the North of England in the 1960''s. Eccleston''s autobiography I Love the Bones of You and Sissay''s My Name Is Why were both published to critical acclaim in 2019. Here we present a unique insight into the lives and experiences of two of our most loved and respected Northern artists, both of whom have overcome great hardship, and are with us today to tell their stories.

Ilhan Omar represents Minnesota's 5th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. The first Somali-American Member of Congress, the first woman of colour to represent Minnesota, and one of the first two Muslim-American women elected to Congress. Born in Mogadishu, Omar and her family fled war-torn Somalia and spent four years in a Kenyan refugee camp before securing asylum in the U.S. and arriving in New York in 1995. 

In this unique conversation with rapper and activist Lowkey, Omar will discuss her own incredible story and how the challenges, trauma and fear she has faced have shaped her political life.

Join Omar and Lowkey as they explore American idealism and identity, liberation movements and advocating for the rights of the people, and why Omar's presence in US politics commands confrontation from the establishment, despite which, Omar continues to believe in the potential for change within the US political system.
Countdown to the 2020 Digital Programme with a whole month of brand-new, specially commissioned Digital Poetry taking place across Twitter and Instagram for the next 30 days. 

Featuring new works from poets Carlos Andr?s G?mez, Jo Brandon,
Leo Boix
and Lisa Luxx.

Just search #BLFDigitalPoetry and follow us @BradfordLitFest for your daily dose of inspiration!
Information on the dates and times of all events in the 2020 Digital Programme, including how to tune in and take part, will be released on
Friday 12 June 2020.
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University of Bradford, West Yorkshire BD7 1DP
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