A TALK about the history of cricket in Bradford is among the events still to come at Bradford Literature Festival.

Many of the events are sold out, but there are still tickets available for others.

Events taking place during the week include a talk by Colin Philpott titled “Centuries of Cricket in Bradford.”

It will take place on Wednesday at noon in the festival hub in City Park.

Simon Ross Valentine will speak about the impressive history of Bradford City Hall from 2pm on Wednesday.

Bradford based Bloomin’ Buds Theatre Company will premiere its latest production – Maeve Brennan – Where Is Love at Dye House Dance Studio, Bradford College, at 7pm on Wednesday.

The production tells the coming-of-age experience of a Bradford woman and her brave fight against the cycles of domestic abuse.

On Thursday Mark Nicholson will give a talk on the history of Bradford’s New Vic, also known as the Gaumont and Odeon, at 2pm.

Bradford Council Chief Executive Kersten England will be part of a discussion of the life of her mother, acclaimed author Joan Lingard – who found fame for he novels set in Northern Ireland during the troubles.

That event takes place at City Library at 6pm on Thursday.

And on Friday Reginald D Hunter will be among the comedians descending on St George’s Hall.

For the full list of upcoming events visit https://www.bradfordlitfest.co.uk/