6.30pm to 8.00pm
Lecture Theatre, Kensington Central Library, Phillimore Walk, W8 7RX
Panel discussion and readings
Followed by a reception
This is a free event, but please book to ensure a place.
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or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org,
or by phone: 020 7361 3618
For directions to Kensington Central Library, click here.
Copies of Narrating Marrakech will be available on the day
Pictured above are two of the issue's authors Saad Sarhan (left) and Yassin Adnan walking through the alleys of Marrakech, their home city. Their recent book about life and legends of Marrakech, Open Secrets, has been translated especially for this issue.
In launching Banipal 48 – Narrating Marrakech we invite you to enjoy and revel in writings from inside Marrakech, Morocco’s Red City at the foot of the Atlas mountains. This holiday destination for thousands upon thousands of western tourists takes on another life through the writings of poets and authors from Marrakech – Yassin Adnan, Saad Sarhan, the painter novelist Mahi Binebine, Abu-Youssef Taha, Rajae Benchemsi, Mohamed Nedali and Taha Adnan, plus long-time resident of Marrakech, the internationally renowned Spanish author Juan Goytisolo, and others. They open up the inside story of Marrakech, and request your attendance at this singular literary celebration of the Red City.
Front cover paintings by renowned Moroccan artist Farid Belkahia, also from Marrakech
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is proud to be a partner of the Nour Festival of Arts 2013.
For more information on all partners of this year's festival, click here.
Banipal is pleased to collaborate with RBKC Libraries Department on this event.
Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea Libraries: www.rbkc.gov.uk/libraries
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