FIRST HAY FESTIVAL DIGITAL PROGRAMME UNVE
Bored at home!! Have a look at the following information. For 5 days there are over 100 events available to you for FREE!!!!! Starts 18th May. For all learners at CCYD!
Featuring novelists, poets, economists, science & health experts, lawyers, historians, journalists, philosophers, actors, comedians and many more!!!!
Topics include, finest fiction, global health and wellbeing during Covid 19, science and the human body, the world after Covid 19, climate campaigns, literacy greats, activism and social justice, world affairs, global economics and the future of work, classics, comedy and much more!!
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Events for the first Hay Festival Digital have been revealed, bringing writers and readers together 18-31 May 2020 in free live broadcasts and interactive Q&As.
Hay Festival Digital sees more than 100 award-winning writers, global policy makers, historians, pioneers and innovators take part, celebrating the best new fiction and non-fiction, and interrogating some of the biggest issues of our time, from Covid-19 and world health, to the climate crisis and our future, under the theme of #ImagineTheWorld.
Live sessions will be streamed via Crowdcast, offering registered users the opportunity to interactive with fellow audience members and pose their questions to speakers.
Festivalgoers can explore the full programme and register to take part at hayfestival.org/digital.
What would have been the Hay Festival Programme for Schools will also take place online, kicking things off with five days of storytelling and live performances for KS 2, 3 and 4 pupils learning at home, 18-22 May at hayfestival.org/schools. Digital activities to inspire and entertain families will also run throughout the Festival.