Speed dating in reading ivory lounge best and scam dating sites
Bring a comfy pillow and read with your family or a friend.
Free milo, tea, coffee and a biscuit along with the ultimate bedtime story.
Winner of Best Bar, Best Restaurant and UK’s Best Venue the last two years this is a must visit place with vibrant and stylish interiors and an exciting atmosphere to match.
View Venue Antler is located in the heart of Newcastle on the Swan House roundabout, the venue boasts amazing daytim and night time views of Newcastle’s most famous landmark…the Tyne Bridge.
There will be an opportunity for those who’d like to share a favourite poem. * Thomas Gray Celebrate Reading Hour with a Pyjama Party at the Ulverstone Library!
Sit down with a Milo and a Teddy Bear biscuit to read your favourite book, or discover a new favourite.
All ages Come in your favourite Onesie or Pyjamas, bring your favourite book or use one of ours!
Beckett • The Priory Society Podcast • Torrid Souls • Amina Peterson • Dylan Thomas • The Pussy Party Podcast • Tiffany Anton • Bad Poet • Kurt and Ben • Parish Blair • Bob • Dragonfly • E • Keira H • Bob Hannaford • Tess Hannaford • Lady Karma • Jasmine and King • Marla • John and Jackie Melfi • Riley Reyes • Taylor Sparks • Nia Weeks Amina Peterson • John and Jackie Melfi • C&D Swinging Downunder Podcast • Cooper S.
All Bar One is one of the most stylish city centre bars in the heart of Liverpool, situated on the corner of Derby Square and James Street.
Take the time to read and join us at our Reading Party!
Bring a book and cosy up for one hour of blissful reading at Mister Munro. Poetry is thoughts that breathe…* From the old masters to the new breed of popular Instagram poets; poetry inspires, informs, challenges and touches us.
https://explore.au/whats-on/australian-reading-hour-molly-murn/ Eltham bookshop and Australian Reading Hour warmly invite you to a very special candlelit reading evening with the much loved author Rosalie Ham Described as a ‘gifted storyteller’ with ideas that are ‘fresh, unusual and entertaining,’ Rosalie’s stories are new, but recognisable beyond Australia.