The Lost Words Supper

Image Credit: Goldfinch by Jackie Morris

Loyton Lodge, Morebath, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 9AS

01398 324457
info@numbersevendulverton.co.uk
https://www.numbersevendulverton.co.uk/

Wednesday 24 October 2018
Doors Open 7pm
Admission Fee: £27
Booking essential
Call Number Seven Dulverton

Book Signing with Jackie Morris

The Lost Words First Birthday
11am - 4pm
Thursday 25th October

Jackie Morris is returning to Exmoor, since her visit last year The Lost Words has sold over 89,000 copies bringing her wide acclaim and is among the titles shortlisted for this year's Wainwright Prize. 

For this occassion Number Seven is thrilled to be partnering with the wonderful team at Loyton Lodge. Jackie will be joined on stage by singer, composer and author Kerry Andrew who has set Robert Macfarlane's spells for Bluebell and Wren to music. Her set will also include a selection of her band’s You Are Wolf tunes, described by The Observer as as ‘English avant-folk at its finest.’

It promises to be a memorable evening and are very privileged that such talented artists are to be performing at this intimate venue on Exmoor.

Tickets must be purchased from Number Seven and includes entrance, refreshments on arrival and two course vegetarian supper. The Loyton Lodge bar will be open throughout the evening.

'Early Bird' £27.00 available until 30th September after which tickets will be £35.00

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