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Aberystwyth Arts Centre: The No Good Brother(s) Tour - 7:45pm, Wednesday 18 April     

Aberystwyth Arts Centre: The No Good Brother(s) Tour - 7:45pm, Wednesday 18 April Tyler Keevil is an award-winning writer from Vancouver who now lives in Wales; his brother Jonathan Keevil is a musician and filmmaker who composed the soundtrack for the indie film Bellflower, an official selection at the Sundance Film Festival. To celebrate the UK launch of Tyler’s new novel, No Good Brother(HarperCollins, 2018), the two brothers are touring an event centered around the novel - The No Good Brother(s) Tour.

No Good Brother is a contemporary story of "masculinity and morality, the loss of innocence and the ties that bind us". It follows Tim Harding who has spent the fishing season in Canada as a deckhand, making an honest living and building a good future. When his hot-headed younger brother Jake tracks him down at the shipyards in Vancouver, Tim senses trouble – he just doesn’t realise how much. When Tim agrees to help Jake transport stolen goods across the US border down to the notorious Delaney gang’s ranch, so begins an epic, unpredictable journey across land and sea, hounded by freak storms, painful memories and the long arm of the law.

The No Good Brother(s) Tour will visit venues across Wales and the South West including Aberystwyth Arts Centre on Wednesday 18 April. The show blends acoustic music, readings from the novel, and discussion of the book’s creation, in a rollicking and entertaining literary roadshow, which brings a fresh approach to the notion of the traditional book reading.

Tickets are available from the Arts Centre Box Office on 01970 62 32 32 or online at
Aberystwyth Arts Centre  
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