Writer coming with a net full of fishy stories
WHAT a catch!
Fishing fanatic Nick Fisher will be docked at the Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre to promote his latest book.
Nick will be signing The River Cottage Book Of Fish, which he co-authored with TV chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, on Saturday, from 11am.
The signing will be just one of a series of events that form the All At Sea Festival organised by the council.
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The festival will bring local authors and artists to various locations, including the Heritage Centre and libraries around the area, to give talks and demonstrations of their works.
Bafta winner Nick is a TV scriptwriter and series creator, who has gained a diverse range of writing credits in film, radio, print journalism and books.
His most recent TV script-writing credits include episodes of Hustle, Crusoe, New Tricks, Diamond Geezer and Holby City.
He also created and wrote the BBC comedy drama series Manchild.
Nick has been a keen fisherman since he was four years old, and is now a much published fishing and fish-cooking expert.
Tickets for the event cost £2 and pre-booking is advisable to guarantee a place.
They are available from the Fishing Heritage Centre on 01472 323345 or Cleethorpes Tourist Information Centre on 01472 323111.
A website and further information for the All At Sea events will be released by the council shortly.