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Poetry readings and performance by Aurélia Lassaque

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Aurélia Lassaque is a poet in French and Occitan. She is interested in the relationship between poetry and the visual arts and has worked with a number of artists. In 2010 she was artistic director of the Festival of European and Mediterranean Minority Literatures. She is this year's Poet in Residence at StAnza 2017.

StAnza 2017 St Andrews, Fife
1–5 March 2017

Aurélia Lassaque performs at StAnza, the annual poetry festival in Fife, as part of the dedicated translated language focus – La Nouvelle Alliance
For more information: www.stanzapoetry.org/festival/poets-artists/lassaque
To buy tickets: www.byretheatre.com 01334 475000

Five O’Clock Verses
17:00, Fri 3 March 2017
Parliament Hall. South Street, St Andrews, Fife, KY16 9JU
A poetry reading crossing language boundaries and artforms, with Aurélia Lassaque and Sasha Dugdale,

Translation Showcase
13:00, Saturday 4 March 2017
The Council Chamber, St Andrews Town Hall, Queen's Gardens, St Andrews KY16 9TA
Aurélia Lassaque and Michel Cassir present a multilingual performance devised during the  week of StAnza 2017. Poetry doesn't come fresher than this!

Breakfast at the Poetry Café: Across Language
10:00, Sun 5 March,
Studio Theatre, The Byre Theatre, Abbey St, St Andrews, Fife KY16 9LA
Aurélia Lassaque, Jacques Darras, Jean Portante and Zoë Skoulding
Ease into the daywith coffee and pastries, while a group of the festival’s poets and translators discuss the challenges but also the opportunities that come with the translation of poetry.

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Regular Cornish language classes with Mick Paynter.

London. The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Gallery permanent exhibition of women in medicine.

First Sunday of every month, Redruth. Shout with the Red River singers.

Until 19 March 2017, Hampstead, London. Lancelot Ribeiro, an exhibition at Burgh House.

15th, 16th & 18th February, The Wanton Seed Tour. Celebrating the reissue of the song books Marrowbones, The Wanton Seed, The Foggy Dew and The Constant Lovers.

25 February 2017, Penzance, Cornwall. Cornish singing and storytelling compered by Mick Paynter.

26 February 2017, Penzance, Cornwall. Cornish language music event with Mick Paynter.

27 February 2017, Penzance, Cornwall. Penzance and Mick Paynter – boyhood recollections of the town.

27 February 2017 to 2 March 2017, Penzance, Cornwall. Three part history of the Cornish Language given by Mick Paynter.

1 to 5 March 2017, St Andrews. Aurélia Lassaque is Poet in Residence at StAnza, the annual poetry festival in Fife.

5 March 2017, Perranporth, Cornwall. Performance of Bewnans Peran - a St Piran play by Alan M, Kent.

9 March 2017, Georgian Embassy, London. Book launch and reception for A House with No Doors – Ten Georgian Women Poets.

9 March 2017, Helsinki, Finland. Premiere of Arctic Odyssey with Niillas Holmberg at the Finnish National Theatre,

13 March 2017, Camelford, Cornwall. Alan M, Kent speaking on Playwriting and History.

16 March 2017, V&A, London. Lancelot Ribeiro: A Celebration of Life, Love and Passion with Gerard McBurney and David Buckman.

10 April to 27 May 2017, Camden, London. An exhibition of the works of Lancelot Ribeiro.

11 April 2017, Camden, London. Ribeiro Rediscovered, a talk by David Buckman.