A fantastic annual festival of books and words, tales, talks, ideas and thoughts at venues throughout Richmond upon Thames in November.
The Richmond Literature Festival is a calendar highlight for the borough and beyond.
Taking place throughout the whole of November the programme features an exciting and varied line up of authors, commentators and leading figures from the world of journalism, television, food, history and politics.
There will also be events on cocktails and beer, food and gardening, panel discussions, workshops, poetry and spoken word. Plus an exciting programme for children and young people.
Many of the festival events are set among prestigious heritage locations including Marble Hill House, Strawberry Hill House as well as the borough’s libraries and other interesting spaces.
Highlights from this year’s main programme include esteemed actor Sheila Hancock, journalist Peter Snow, Dr Irving Finkel and much loved British designer Emma Bridgewater. We are also delighted to be hosting hugely popular and local author, Jacqueline Wilson as part of the children and young people’s programme.
Whether you are looking for an evening of literary debate, a good panel discussion, the chance to get creative and pen your own short story or just keep the family entertained, there really is something for everyone so please do look through the festival programme and book your tickets to join us for this month of literary delights.
Tickets still available for world-class literature festival 31/10/2016
Tickets are still available for this year’s Literature Festival which kicks-off this week and includes a packed programme of events suitable for everyone, including a dedicated programme for children and...