Dates: Fri 15 to Sat 18 July
Cost: £39 for the whole weekend
For all SkyLines Festival events in the Belgrade Theatre’s B2 auditorium (excluding workshops and walking tours)
Age Recommendation: 14+

Join us online for all live poetry events at SkyLines Festival taking place in the B2 auditorium in the Belgrade from Fri 15 – Sun 17 July. This pass entitles you to watch all events livestreamed as-live over the three days of the festival.

Ticketholders for the Livestream Festival Pass will be contacted 24 hours before the start of the first event, on Thurs 14 July, and supplied with a passcode to log in to watch the festival livestream. This email will come from the Belgrade Theatre, please check your spam/junk folders.

Livestream passes will be on sale until midday on Thurs 14 July.

Please note this pass is for live poetry events only and does not include workshops (online workshops can be booked separately) or festival events outside of the main venue.

If you encounter any issues with with accessing the livestream or with receiving your pass / log in details please email:

The livestream will include captioning.

Events included in the Livestream Pass
Fri 15 July, 6pm: Life in Poems: Moniza Ali & Natalie Linh Bolderston with Deborah Alma
Fri 15 July, 8pm: Hollie McNish & Michael Pedersen
Sat 16 July, 12.30pm: Mushaira: Navkiran Mann, Nafeesa Hamid, Shahnaz Akthar & Khizra Bano
Sat 16 July, 2pm: Imagined Futures & End Times: Suzannah Evans, Stephen Lightbown & André Naffis-Sahely
Sat 16 July, 4pm: Wordplay Special: Casey Bailey, Peter Raynard & Fran Lock
Sat 16 July, 6pm: Beyond 100 Queer Poems with John McCullough, Rosie Garland & Stanley Iyanu
Sat 16 July, 8pm: Perspectives on the Collective: Jacob Sam-La Rose & Guests Lewis Driver, Alice Richmond & Meg Waters
Sun 17 July, 12.30pm: The Poetry Exchange: Poems as Friends with Rishi Dastidar & Roz Goddard
Sun 17 July, 2pm: Primers Poets Showcase: Kyn Deyn, Estelle Price & Fathima Zahra
Sun 17 July, 4pm: Memory, Language, Family – Alison Brackenbury & Denise Saul
Sun 17 July, 6pm: The Poetry Book Society Presents: Hannah Lowe & Raymond Antrobus
Sun 17 July, 8pm: John Hegley: Drawings of Dromadaries (and other creatures)