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Louder Than Words weekend includes ‘in conversation with…’ sessions, panel discussions, interviews, workshops, performances and casual opportunities for engaging with associated professionals; each encouraging interaction and engagement with performers, authors, editors, publicists, reviewers, press, artists and aficionados.

Louder Than Words Literary Festival 2019 will take place at The Principal Hotel, Manchester 8-10 November. PLEASE keep checking back for latest information, further details, contributors and line up, event timings and ticket links to specific events. We canNOT wait!

FRIDAY

Stoned:

Unseen photographs & treasures from life with the Rolling Stones. In this special in conversation,…

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Edwyn Collins and Grace Maxwell

We're absolutely delighted that our great friends Edwyn Collins and Grace Maxwell will be opening…

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SATURDAY

Oink!

Louder’s Artist in Residence, the wonderful Bob Follen is experiencing lots of anniversaries this year…

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Music in Pictures:

From Buzzcocks to Bowie with Garrett and Barnbrook. Designing the perfect album sleeve - from…

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The Nineties:

The epic highs and crashing lows of the UK's most creative and hedonistic period. The…

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Dusty:

The compelling and inspiring story of Dusty Springfield twenty years on. Dusty Springfield was one…

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Firewall:

Music, Painting & Film, by Sleaford Mods & Chris Gollon Coinciding with CHRIS GOLLON: Beyond…

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The First Time:

Stories and Songs from Music Icons From the archives of BBC Radio 6 Music's First…

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Solid State:

The Story of Abbey Road and the End of the Beatles In this multimedia, interactive…

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Going Deaf For A Living

Steve Lamacq in conversation In this special ‘Going Deaf for A Living’ in conversation event,…

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Rough Trade Books:

Craig Oldham In Conversation with Farran Golding “Design is such a middle class profession, so…

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Dayglo: The Poly Styrene Story

Celeste Bell (daughter of Poly Styrene) and Zoë Howe bring their dazzling and celebrated book…

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Speaker’s Corner – Marianne Dissard

French chanteuse Marianne Dissard will appear at #Louder2019's 'Speaker's Corner'... our Post Room Book Store…

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Books, Ballet and Bodacious Backgrounds – Defying Gravity and Defining a Punk Ethic

In this treat of an in conversation, Jordan and Cathi will discuss with John the…

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SUNDAY

A Seat At The Table

Women on the Frontline of Music - Amy Raphael in conversation with Lucy O'Brien. Sunday…

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Oink!

Louder’s Artist in Residence, the wonderful Bob Follen is experiencing lots of anniversaries this year…

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Recovery Songs

is a cycle of narrative poems that focuses on the fall and rise of the…

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I Just Can’t Stop It

The honest and compelling autobiography from British music legend Ranking Roger. As the enigmatic frontman…

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Have A Bleedin Guess:

The story of Hex Enduction hour. Even if it’s a fool’s errand trying to decide…

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Modzines:

Fanzine Culture From The Mod Revival with Eddie Piller and Steve Rowland. Join us for…

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Fast Forward:

The Complete History of the CHIC Organization Ltd in Six Records. In Six Records is…

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And In The End:

The final Days of the Beatles This is the story of the last acrimonious days…

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How Art Made Pop

Mike Roberts with Travis Elborough  From dada to Gaga and beyond, Mike Roberts’ How Art…

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Thurston Moore and Eva Prinz

What a #Louder2019 treat of an event! Join THURSTON MOORE and EVA PRINZ for a…

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Speaker’s Corner – Marianne Dissard

French chanteuse Marianne Dissard will appear at #Louder2019's 'Speaker's Corner'... our Post Room Book Store…

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EMI & Decca: a story of decline & survival

EMI and DECCA: the story of two fabled recording companies' golden years, decline and keeping…

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