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10 with PEN

Hay Festival Week

Wales PEN Cymru

Wales PEN Cymru and very special guests join us in the cafe for a series of short readings, song, talk and discussion on aspects of the PEN charter: freedom of expression, access to literature, writers in prison and much more.

Dark Horse (PG)

Hay Festival Week

Dark Horse

Dark Horse tells the larger than life true story of how a barmaid in a former mining village in South Wales bred a racehorse on her allotment that went on to become a champion. "A real-life The Full Monty or Billy Elliot or Pride." Peter Bradshaw, Guardian

Richard Booth's Bookshop Cafe

Hay Festival Week

Richard Booth's Bookshop Cafe (photo by Jay Williams)

Visiting Hay Festival and fancy having lunch or a drink among the books? Then do find your way through the bookshop to discover our light-filled café and courtyard garden. Open: Mon-Sat 9:30am - 5:30pm, Sun 10:30am - 3:30pm.

Mad Max: Fury Road (15)

Hay Festival Week

Mad Max: Fury Road

A post-apocalyptic action drama in which a man teams up with a woman to rescue a group of women
from an evil warlord who controls what remains of life's necessities. "A tornado tearing through a tea party" ***** TIME OUT

The Passion of Joan of Arc (PG)

Hay Festival Week

The Passion of Joan of Arc (PG)

"Dreyer recreates the trial and execution of St. Joan with near-documentary authenticity, as if one were present at the actual 15th century event and both defendant and accusers were the genuine article." -Hal Erickson, Rovi

Exhibition: A Fold in the River

Hay Festival Week

Philip Gross and Valerie Coffin Price

A beautiful collaboration between TS Eliot Prize-winning poet Philip Gross and visual artist Valerie Coffin Price, inspired by the River Taff. Also, hear them at Hay Festival, and pick up a copy of the book here in the shop.