Tales of Love and Longing
Saturday, February 16th
Here's a different way to celebrate love's holiday.
Come and enjoy an evening of romantic poetry, music and storytelling over coffee, tea and cakes at Bletchley's own Coffee Bean cafe.
Find out how the gift of an apple can lead to true love, learn the best way to use a dining room table and what happens when an English fiddle player meets a Spanish beauty in old Texas.
Performers include storyteller Terrie Howey (a/k/a Red Phoenix), Bards of Stony Stratford Vanessa Horton-Jonklaas and Stephen Hobbs, storytellers Richard York, Deepa Anand and Lynette Hill and singer/songwriter Dawn Iverson.
Admission is free, donations will be greatly appreciated and hot drinks and cake are for sale.
See you there!
Price: Free; donations appreciated
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