Harry Giles is a performer, poet and, in the author’s words, ‘a general doer of things’. They grew up in Orkney, Scotland and now lives in Edinburgh. ‘I make art about protest and protest about art and write about anything… my work generally happens in the crunchy places where performance and politics get muddled up.’
March 5th - New Plymouth, Arborio, Puke Ariki, 6pm.
March 6th - New Plymouth, Daily News Café (Workshop), Puke Ariki, 3.30pm.
March 7th - Hawera: Contact Puke Ariki for details.
March 8th - Wellington, Michael Fowler Centre, 7pm.
March 10th - Wellington, NZ Festival Club, 1.15pm.
March 10th - Wellington, NZ Festival Club, 7.45pm.
March 11th - Wellington, Circa Two, 11.30am.
March 13: Christchurch, Space Academy. 7.30pm.
Talking about Laphroaig: https://goo.gl/XoouUr
Harry Giles appears with the support of the British Council in partnership with Writers’ Centre Norwich, UK as part of the International Literature Showcase.