‘Everyone is welcome’ to the start of a new season of live literature events in Bolton next week.

The next event is set to be held next week at Bolton Central Museum Theatre and will feature debut author Adam Farrer.

He will be reading from his prose memoir Cold Fish Soup.

A spokesman for Bolton Library and Museum Services said: “The University of Bolton’s English and Creative Writing department are proud to again partner with Bolton Library and Museum Services for a new season of exciting live literature events.

“For the second event of this spring season, we will be treated to a reading from Adam Farrer’s debut work of prose memoir.

“Cold Fish Soup has already been praised by the Times Literary Supplement as ‘nuanced, well-structured and memorable’, giving Farrer’s account of living in the coastal town of Withernsea, East Yorkshire as a teenager in the 1990s.

“Adam will be joined by Creative Writing lecturer Valerie O’Riordan to discuss his work.”

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This follows on from similar live literature events hosted previously across the borough.

The event is open to all comers at Bolton Central Museum Theatre on Tuesday March 7 at 6pm.

Entry will be free with no need to book ahead.