Victorious Festival news: Catherine McGrath is joining us at the Acoustic Stage on the Saturday of Victori…

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Catherine McGrath is joining us at the Acoustic Stage on the Saturday of Victorious Festival to sing some of her beautiful country songs, including some from her debut album “Talk of this Town”

After getting a record deal with Warner Bros. Records in 2016 Catherine had been working hard on “Talk of this Town” until its release in 2018 and has now begun touring, giving everyone at Victorious a chance to see the early career of this brilliant new artist.

Find her at Victorious Festival!

Saturday tickets only £45!
Tickets here-http://bit.ly/2hzHQWj

(fees apply)



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This year we were thrilled to welcome an awesome new area- Literacy Live to Victorious!

Autumn is the perfect time to curl up with a book so to celebrate book season and our Literacy Live area coming back for 2019, we've teamed up with Bookollective to offer you a book bundle packed with a mixture of classics from the MacMillan Collectors Library and some contemporary fiction too, plus a handy tote to keep your books in.

To enter please tell us your favourite book title below!

Good luck!

Must be over 18 to enter! Winner will be selected at random & contacted directly on the 25th October!

For full competition T&Cs visit-https://www.victoriousfestival.co.uk/victorious-competition-tcs/
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This year we were thrilled to welcome an awesome new area- Literacy Live to Victorious! 

Autumn is the perfect time to curl up with a book so to celebrate book season and our Literacy Live area coming back for 2019,  weve teamed up with Bookollective to offer you a book bundle packed with a mixture of classics from the MacMillan Collectors Library and some contemporary fiction too, plus a handy tote to keep your books in.

To enter please tell us your favourite book title below!

Good luck!

Must be over 18 to enter! Winner will be selected at random & contacted directly on the 25th October!

For full competition T&Cs visit-https://www.victoriousfestival.co.uk/victorious-competition-tcs/

 

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Treasure Island. Special memories of my childhood. Though my extremely close second as mentioned earlier has to be Adrian Mole, 50p and a 1lb of grapes (only a fellow saddo will get the reference lol). Actually after further thought it’s The Princess Bride, book then film x

Doesn’t matter how out dated it is, every young person needs to read the Adrian mole books.

This is for my son, at the moment he loves Alex Rider, Stormbreaker by Anthony Horowitz.

The Dark is Rising by Susan Cooper is a fantastic series for young adults and big grown ups alike!

My favourite book is How to Stop Time by Matt Haig. Actually every book by him is fantastic...

My favourite childhood book The Chronicles of Narnia. Since studying children's literature I have to say I like The Bunker Diary and plan to re-read it this winter

To kill a mockingbird! Shame we can only give one!

I still have my ladybird beauty and the beast and Jane Eyre from school they never get old xx📚📚📚

The flowers of evil charles baudelaire

The NIV Bible. Full of action, love, suspense, thriller and wonder. Love it 🤩

Eve Garnet's The Family From One End Street

Alice's adventures in wonderland 😍

I love Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Peter Pain

As a child, I loved 'The Secret Garden'.

The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.

Pineapples In The Pool 🍍

My sister's keeper, Jodi piccoult.

The Crimson Petal and the White, Michel Faber 📖📚

To kill a mocking bird by Harper Lee

My favour book is The Wind In The Willows by Kenneth Grahame

The New Confessions by William Boyd.

Alice's adventures in wonderland

Alice’s adventures in wonderland 💙

The picture of Dorian Grey

The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt 📖

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