Leeds Church Institute are thrilled to be involved in the 4th Leeds Lit Fest taking place from Saturday 26th Feb to Sunday 6th March to celebrate the vibrant and thriving literature scene that exists in Leeds with local writers, performers and artists showcasing their talents alongside those from across the globe.
Alongside a number of other partners including Leeds Big Bookend, Hyde Park Book Club, MILIM, Leeds Libraries, Carriageworks Theatre, The Leeds Library, Headingley Lit Fest and Strix there will be a diverse range of in person and virtual events taking place. LCI will be bringing you the Seeing Asylum Exhibition in the amazing Holy Trinity Church in Leeds City Centre.
Telling our Stories in Seeing Asylum Exhibition
This experiential exhibition of stories is composed by those impacted by the asylum process. This immersive and powerful exhibition is told through the lived experience of those in, affected and supporting individuals. There is opportunity to take part and share your story, as well as to observe and listen to those who relay their experiences against oppression, trauma and struggle. Articulated through words and objects responses will express and encourage us to walk in others’ shoes and empower them to tell their stories.
To book please see the LCI events page for dates and times.
Full details of the Leeds Lit Fest programme can be found at https://www.leedslitfest.co.uk