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Brontë Festival of Women's Writing

The Brontë Festival of Women’s Writing is back with an impressive line-up of female writers, poets, artists and experts driving the sustainability conversation.

Inspired by the Brontë Parsonage Museum’s ‘year of the wild’, which examines the Brontës’ connection to nature and the landscape, this year’s festival promises a rich programme of events celebrating female creativity, including talks, panel discussions, creative workshops, and more!  

Set in the beautiful village of Haworth against the backdrop of the Brontës’ inspirational former home, the Brontë Festival of Women’s Writing promises to be an inspiring and empowering weekend for literature fans and nature-lovers alike.  

Full details of the festival line-up can be found here or by browsing the What's On page.

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What’s included:

•    Online access to all digital events across the weekend
•    Exclusive access to pass-holder only events
•    Digital Resource Pack to enjoy at home

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Digital Pass - £45
Standard digital option for the festival, granting full online access.

Digital Pass (concession) - £30
As part of our commitment to increasing participation in the festival a limited number of concession tickets are available. Select this option if you would like to attend but for whatever reason are unable to afford the standard price.

About the festival

The Brontë Festival of Women’s Writing champions female creativity and celebrates the legacy of the UK’s most famous literary sisters – the Brontës. Every year in Haworth, West Yorkshire, former home of the Brontë family, the Brontë Parsonage Museum produces a weekend of events, talks and workshops that seek to inspire, entertain and intrigue visitors from across the world.

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