The festival returns next month (Friday 12 to Sunday 14 February) for its fifth year with an outstanding line up of authors, poets, writers, storytellers, speakers and performers from across the Black Country and UK.
The current pandemic is impacting a range of communities and therefore a limited number of discounted tickets are being made available for all events.
There is a 20% discount on offer for all performers, writers, authors, poets and any local creatives on a first come first-served basis, via a special promotional code to use at the checkout. If you are in the creative industries and would like to receive the promotional code, please register for the British Art Show 9 mailing list by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is also a 30% student discount available for all events on a first come first served basis. To qualify for the student discount, you will need to apply your student number, along with where you are studying and course module, when purchasing tickets online.
City of Wolverhampton Council Cabinet Member for City Economy, Councillor Stephen Simkins, said: “The festival is dedicated to ensuring that culture, literature and creativity thrive in Wolverhampton and supports the local and national creative community, showcasing the very best of what the city has to offer.
“We want to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to be involved in the festival and hope that these offers are appealing and are snapped up.
“All events have now been moved to an online platform so that audiences can enjoy the festival from the comfort and safety of their own home.”
Please be aware events will be delivered according to Government regulations.
For more information on the Wolverhampton Literature Festival programme and to buy tickets visit Wolverhampton Literature Festival.