LINE UP / YN CYMRYD RHAN
Here's the more-or-less final line-up for this year's festival -including
Caitlin Moran, Ruth Jones, Stewart Lee, Peter Paphides, Alexei Sayle, Isy Suttie, Martin & Eliza Carthy, Baxter Dury, Jeremy Deller, Henry Normal, Jess Phillips, Will Sergeant, Robin Ince, Brian Bilston, Nikita Lalwani, Christie Watson, Nathan Filer and much much more.
A very welcome return to Laugharne for the man who gives conceptual art a good name. More info: https://www.jeremydeller.org/
Comedian, poet, script-writer and TV producer -this is Henry Normal's long overdue return to stand-up.
Laugharne's beloved comedy fixture Robin Ince will be doing live versions of his podcast ‘Bookshambles’ using books as a springboard to go into almost anything. More info: https://robinince.com/
The mysterious Brian Bilston came to notice a comic poet and has since published his first novel Diary Of A Somebody. 'Achingly funny. Without doubt it should win next year's Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse prize for the best comic novel, even if my own novel is in contention as well' - Jonathan Coe More info: https://twitter.com/brian_bilston
Elizabeth Macneal’s debut novel ‘The Doll Factory’ was a top five Sunday Times bestseller, a Radio 4 Book of The Week and a Radio 2 Book Club Choice In 2019. More info: http://elizabethmacneal.com/
Nathan Filer’s debut ‘The Shock of The Fall’ has sold over half a million copies in the U.K. and won The Costa Book of The Year Award. He will be talking about his new book on mental health, This Book Will Change Your Mind. More info: https://www.nathanfiler.co.uk/
After being voted best act at the 2019 Laugharne Weekend comedian Nick Revell returns with more surreal tales from his Radio 4 series ‘Broken Dream Catcher’ More info: http://www.nickrevell.com/
Laugharne's resident cartoonist returns to do battle with the festival's recalcitrant technology. More info: https://twitter.com/MartinRowson