Dean Fraser

Publications & Performance History

Dean Fraser takes his inspiration from our cultural history, nature in all her glory and his abstract observations of life in the 21st Century. The warmth and depth of his performance brings his poetic stories to life as he takes his audiences on a journey into our industrial and social past, through the natural landscape, further exploring places he has visited and people he has met. Usually complete with his irreverent sense of humour! 

The best of Dean's work over the last couple of years has been brought together in his poetry collection So Many Words, available from Amazon and all good on-line book retailers

Workshop & Reading Experience


Pagan Pride (Nottingham)

St Annes Music and Arts Festival (2 years running)

Garstang Arts and Music Festival, Penwortham Live (2 years running)

Darwen Live, Leyland Live, Link-stock, Harris Flights

Brockholes Nature Reserve Festival, Witton Country Park Fayre

Chorley Literary Festival


Harris Museum and Library, Museum of Lancashire, Astley Hall Museum


St Annes, Chorley, Harris Preston, Leyland, Penwortham, Garstang and many more...


Green Chimney (Colne), Silantro (St Annes), The Pavilion (St Annes), Bohemia Poetry (Preston), Korova (Preston), Fanaki's (Preston), The Links (St Annes), AD Lounge (Preston) and many more


Regular appearances on Preston FM and Radio Lancashire

Group size preference


Group age preference

13 years plus

Working languages


Area prepared to travel


Other information

07432 476727
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