Brontë Festival of Women's Writing

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Welcome to our 2022 Bronte Festival of Women's Writing; Defying Expectations!

The Brontë Sisters were bold, daring and wrote stories that surprised the world. This year’s festival celebrates female writers and artists who create work which pushes boundaries.  From poetry workshops and Q&A’s to live music and more, we’re thrilled to present a festival that welcomes exciting female voices from across the country.

What’s more, this year’s  festival is hybrid, which  means you can join us in person in Haworth or online from wherever in the world you are.  

There's so much to see- why not join us for all our festival events and make a weekend of it?

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Tickets from £3-£55. Booking required.

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Brontë Festival of Women's Writing

Type:Festival

Haworth, BD22 8DF
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