Richmond Literature Festival - Top 5 picks

October 27, 2017

It is getting near to that joyous time of year again,having studied the programme, please take a look at the events we are most excited about:

 

Claire Tomalin in conversation with Susannah Clapp:
​A Life of My Own​

Sunday 19 November - 7pm

 

 

Michael Frayn: Pocket Playhouse

Wednesday 15 November - 7.30pm

 

 

Martin Bell in conversation with John Stapleton:
War and the Death of News 

Wednesday 22 November - 7.30pm

 

 

Museum of Richmond present
Anita Anand: Koh-I-Noor: The History of the World’s Most Infamous Diamond

Monday 20 November - 7.30pm 

 

Tom Chesshyre -
From Source to Sea: Notes from a 215-mile walk along the River Thames 

Sunday 12 November - 12 noon 

 

 

To book tickets, and for further information, please visit the Richmond Literature Festival website.

 

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