Poet and critic Cahal Dallat, who has lectured on Yeats for the Poetry Society, at the Yeats International Summer School in Sligo, and for the W.B. Yeats Society of New York at NYU, walks the walk and talks the literary talk.
Sublimely inspired, poets nonetheless need a world of publishing, poetry groups, and literary connections in which to develop. Join our Sunday stroll (2.30-5 pm, starts Ravenscourt Pk Tube, ends Turnham Grn Tube) by way of Upper Mall, Old Chiswick Churchyard and the Nobel-prize-winning poet’s favourite riverside haunts, to Bedford Park, London’s 19c artists’ colony, where the young Yeats’ poetry flourished: a walk that takes in, en route, Pissarro, Pope, Thackeray, Wm. Morris, Whistler, Stepniak, Shaw, Holst, Henley, other Yeatses, Chiswick Mall, actors, engravers, sundry poetry presses, & much more.
Venue: Open-air walk from Ravenscourt Park Tube Station
Sun 21 Jun, 2.30-5 pm: (for Bedford Park Festival & Coffee-House Poetry at the Troubadour)
Further information at The Bedford Park Festival