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Conversations in Creativity @ Cloudspotting: John Bramwell (I Am Kloot)

John Bramwell (I Am Kloot) in conversation with John Robb (award winning journalist and radio/television presenter

Time & Date: 3.30-4.30pm, Sunday 3rd August

Cretive Lancashire are back at CloudSpotting Festival to present this unique opportunity to get up close and personal with one of Manchester's most loved musical arrangers about his career, life on the road, writing songs about life's bruisings and the romantic woes that has constantly 'fired the boilers' of I Am Kloot for the last 15 years. The talk will be moderated by John Rob (award winning journalist and radio/television presenter), providing insights into the inspirations behind John's success.

Creative Lancashire's Conversations in Creativity is a series of talks where creative's from across the disciplines explore how inspiration from around the world informs process. Previous events have featured Wayne & Gerardine Hemingway and Gary Aspden (Adidas Originals), Pete Fowler (Artist/Musician), Donna Wilson (Designer), Nick Park (Aardman), Lemn Sissay (Poet), Jeanette Winterson (Writer), and a recent words & music  event with Cherry Ghost hosted by Dave Haslam.

Cloudspotting is set to blossom in 2014 with one of the best leftfield music line-ups anywhere. We've also got an improved programme of artsy stuff, childrens' activities and outdoor pursuits in our beautiful forest location. All of this for a full weekend ticket of just £80 adults and still just £3 for Under 16s!!

You can now check out our complete line-up to date by clicking ­here and can keep in touch with further developments by joining our mailing list or by following us on twitter and facebook. You can purchase tickets from We Got Tickets or by visiting The Grand Box Office (in person or on line). Please note that when buying tickets through The Grand you are donating £5 per adult ticket to The Solomon Project.

Creative Lancashire's Conversations in Creativity is a series of talks where creative's from across the disciplines explore how inspiration from around the world informs process. Previous events have featured Wayne & Gerardine Hemingway and Gary Aspden (Adidas Originals), Pete Fowler (Artist/Musician), Donna Wilson (Designer), Nick Park (Aardman), Lemn Sissay (Poet), Jeanette Winterson (Writer), and a recent words & music  event with Cherry Ghost hosted by Dave Haslam.

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Gisburn Forest
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