Leonard Cohen is known to millions as the composer of ‘Hallelujah’, a bona fide modern classic, but his musical and literary legacy goes far deeper than this song.  In tribute to the life and work of one of the most celebrated poets of modern times, join musicians Alan McClure, Denise Brownlee and Chris Blantern and readers Chrys Salt and Peter Marinker for an intimate journey through the words and music of a complex and fascinating man.  Love, sex, death, and conflict, explored with unflinching honesty and bleak humour.

Saturday 22nd 7.30- 9.30    The Mill on The Fleet    £8.00