Festival of the Sea – Sea Sagas of the North
|10 March 2022||Posted by Felixstowe Museum under||
Felixstowe IP11 3TW
Felixstowe Book Festival and Essex Book Festival are teaming up for a special celebration of the publication of writer and environmentalist Jules Pretty’s latest book: Sea Sagas of the North: Travels and Tales of Warming Waters.
Join us for a story-telling journey through history that reconnects Nature with ancient heritages. For details see below or Sea Sagas & Salty Tales Essex/Felixstowe Book Festival
The day begins at Felixstowe Museum, then sets sail via the Foot and Bicycle Ferry from Felixstowe to Harwich Quay – replete with Salty Tales from award-winning storyteller Glenys Newton – before concluding at The Redoubt Fort. Audiences are invited to join us for part or all of the day.
- Felixstowe Museum will host Jules Pretty’s reading 10.45 -11.45am. Visitors can then enjoy some time at the Museum & around the Landguard area
- People will be encouraged to take the Harwich Foot & Bicycle Ferry (but need to book it in advance) to Harwich at 1.30pm.
- Redoubt Fort event 2.15-3.15pm.
- The last ferry back to Felixstowe is at 4.10pm. (More Salty Tales with Glenys on board.)
- £8/£6 for each event. Joint ticket of £15/£10 for both events.
- Tickets include entry to Felixstowe Museum and Redoubt Fort.
- TO BOOK essexbookfestival.org.uk Limited capacity book early
- Ferry tickets are not included and must be booked in advance. https://www.harwichharbourferry.com