Advance booking is advisable and all events may be subject to change. See library staff to make a booking or email or contact Tracey Booth with any enquiries.

John Donoghue

Willerby Library, The Institute, Main Street, Willerby, HU10 6BZ
Monday 3 April, 6.30pm

Meet the author of The Death’s Head Chess Club, a fascinating and hugely thought-provoking novel that explores the unusual relationship between a Jewish prisoner and SS officer formed over the chessboard in the horrors of Auschwitz.

A. A. Dhand

Beverley Library, Champney Road, Beverley, HU17 8HE
Thursday 20 April, 6.30pm

Meet the author of Streets of Darkness, an enthralling and fast-paced Bradford-set crime novel. Taking place over a tense twelve-hour period, the story follows DI Harry Virdee who, suspended from duty, finds he must go deep underground to solve the murder of prominent city politician.

Ruby Robinson poetry reading and Exploring Poetry with Anna Woodford

North Bridlington Library, Martongate, Bridlington, YO16 6YD
Wednesday 14 June, 2pm, (Exploring Poetry), followed by reading at 4pm

Meet the poet Ruby Robinson and hear her read from her debut collection, Every Little Sound. Ruby’s acclaimed poems explore the way people interact, and the many ways in which we have the potential to harm and help each other.

Gulwali Passarlay

North Bridlington Library, Martongate, Bridlington, YO16 6YD
Wednesday 17 May

A school event with th eauthor of The Lightless Sky (not open to the public).