Datum
zo. 29 sep.
Tijd
13:00 - 18:00
Locatie
TivoliVredenburg
Prijs
Weekend ticket: €35, day ticket: €22.50. Discounted weekend ticket: €20, day ticket: €12.50
Word member
Voertaal
English
Koop tickets

Exploring Stories – Sunday (Nature's Narrative)

This year’s edition of Exploring Stories is now a full weekend event, with more than 25 international writers in 4 venues, signing sessions, music and conversations about the major issues of our time. Saturday will be devoted to political and social issues and all their many layers. Sunday’s programme will focus entirely on the theme of ‘Nature’s Narrative’, when we will delve into the big question of whether humans’ voices can speak on behalf of other entities.

Ticket prices
Regular weekend ticket: €35
Regular day ticket: €22.50

Weekend ticket <25 yr, student, CJP, U-pas: €20
Day ticket <25 yr, student, CJP, U-pas: €12.50

ILFU Members receive a 20% discount on the regular ticket price.

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Exploring Stories
Datum
zo. 29 sep.
Tijd
13:00 - 18:00
Locatie
TivoliVredenburg
Prijs
Weekend ticket: €35, day ticket: €22.50. Discounted weekend ticket: €20, day ticket: €12.50
Word member
Voertaal
English
Koop tickets

In the fourth edition of Exploring Stories, ILFU will bring together exceptional writers and thinkers from around the world. Meet your favourite authors, discover new voices, and find inspiration in their literary perspective on the world. And don’t be surprised to come home with a stack of new books.

The festival programme for last year’s Exploring Stories event was such a success that we decided to add an extra day this year. Now we can devote even more attention to all the authors and the important topics they bring with them. On Saturday, 28 September, the four stages at TivoliVredenburg will host conversations with writers of fiction and non-fiction, journalists, politicians, poets and philosophers. They will come together to talk about the pressing issues of our time, including (hidden) perspectives on contemporary conflicts, anthropocentrism, racism, femicide, transphobia and social inequality. Saturday will be devoted to political and social issues and all their many layers; Sunday’s programme will focus entirely on the theme of ‘Nature’s Narrative’, when we will delve into the big question of whether humans’ voices can speak on behalf of other entities.

Throughout the weekend-long event, visitors can browse the many book stalls, enjoy a drink or a bite to eat, and join one of the signing sessions in the festival plaza.

Exploring Stories – Saturday