Jackie Kay

Award winning  poet and writer

Saturday 18 March 2017, Doors 7.30pm

Jackie Kay

With support from Natural Causes

In association with Litfest

Jackie Kay is an award winning poet and writer from Scotland. She published many collections of poetry, novels and stories for children, as well as writing extensively for stage and television. She became the Scots Makar, the National Poet for Scotland, in 2017. She is also Chancellor of the University of Salford and Professor of Creative Writing at Newcastle University. Her most recent poetry collection, ‘Fiere’, was shortlisted for the Costa Prize.
Listen to Jackie Kay on Desert Island Discs here


Natural Causes launch their new recording ‘Spoons’ tonight playing settings of Jackie Kay’s poems sung by Hugh Nankivell and featuring Chris Dowding on flugelhorn and trumpet, Pat Allison on clarinet and guitars and Ben McCabe on french horn and drums

Booking Information

Tickets cost £10 (£8 concessions) in advance and £12 (£10 concessions) on the door on the night

They can be bought in three ways:
  • ONLINE - via this webpage, click on Book.
  • BY PHONE - Call More Music on 01524 831997 or Morecambe Visitor Information Centre on 01524 582808.
  • IN PERSON - At More Music or Morecambe Visitor Information Centre.
HALF PRICE TICKETS FOR LOCAL RESIDENTS - There are 20 half price tickets available for West End residents with LA3 or LA4 postcodes (Half price of the full on-the-door price). Proof of address needed.



(£8 concessions)