WAYS WITH WORDS AT DARTINGTON HALL: 11-20 JULY

IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
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This year, the Ways with Words Literature Festival at Dartington Hall will run for a full nine days, 11-20 July. We are offering Independent on Sunday readers discounts on the full 9-day package, or on 2 weekend packages, or on a special all-day ticket for the IoS Lecture on Sunday 13.

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE

2 Roy Hattersley, on political fiction 2 novelist Alan Garner 2 historical novelist Philippa Gregory on female malice 2 Independent columnist Suzanne Moore and Tim Lott (The Scent of Dried Roses) on `Family Life' 2 biographer Roy Foster on his landmark life of Yeats.

SPECIAL DAY TICKET FOR IoS READERS

The special ticket for IoS readers covers all events on Sunday 13 June, the day of the Independent on Sunday Lecture, with Lord Gowrie on the future of arts funding. The day ticket costs pounds 24, with admission to seven events, including Ian McEwan `On the Brink of the Surreal', science writer Lewis Wolpert, John Dupre of the University of Exeter and Independent columnist Polly Toynbee on the nature of belief; talks by war correspondent Kate Adie and leading theatre director, Max Stafford-Clark. Lord Gowrie's lecture will take place at 8pm, and will be chaired by IoS editor Rosie Boycott.

DARTINGTON HALL

With its medieval buildings, extensive gardens and riverside walks, Dartington Hall makes for a stunning setting. As well as the nonstop programme of talks, discussions, workshops and readings, there are plenty other things to do around and about, including the colourful Lescaze-designed modernist house, and Dartington Hall's own outdoor swimming pool. own grounds.

SPECIAL DAY TICKET FOR IoS READERS

The special ticket for IoS readers covers all events on Sunday 13 June, the day of the Independent on Sunday Lecture, with Lord Gowrie on the future of the arts. The day ticket costs pounds 24, with admission to seven events, including Ian McEwan `On the Brink of the Surreal', science writer Lewis Wolpert and Independent columnist Polly Toynbee on the nature of belief; and talks by war correspondent Kate Adie and the leading theatre director, Max Stafford-Clark. Lord Gowrie's lecture will take place at 8pm, and will be chaired by IoS editor Rosie Boycott.

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