The Richmond upon Thames Literature Festival features a mixture of literary figures covering a variety of subjects including history, music, art, politics and war.
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.
When? Richmond Upon Thames Literature Festival – rolling series throughout November each year
Where? Various venues across Richmond and Twickenham
How much? Prices range from FREE up to £15
Online: book online here.
Telephone for Enquiries? 020 8831 6494
Festival Website: Richmond Upon Thames Literary Festival
Previous festivals :
Angela Sani, Wendy Cope, Philip Collins, Lord Patten, Tim Marshall, Terry Waite, Irving Finkel, Sheila Hancock, Jacqueline Wilson, Emma Bridgewater, Peter Snow, Simon Barnes, Marc Allum, Lynn Shepherd, Essie Fox, Kate Aidie, Jeremy Paxman, Penelope Vogler, Sarah Raven, Fiona McCarthy, Peter Hennessy Don Paterson and Jamie McKendrick, Will Self, Gavin Esler, Diana Evans, Andrew Lambert, Geoff Dyer, AS Byatt, Fay Weldon, Miranda Seymou, Sam Delaney, Antony Beevor, Jennie Rooney,Simon Hoggart, Vince Cable,Donald Insall, Ben Fogle and James Cracknell, Lord David Owen, John Boyne and Claire Kilroy, Natasha Mostert, Adam Foulds and Brian Chikwava, Martin Amis, Miranda Carter, Clara Salaman, Dom Joly, Tibor Fischer, John Julius Norwich, Steven Berkoff .Richard Cohen, Peter Snow, Clive James (left), John Simpson, Quentin Letts, Louise Soraya Black, Don Paterson, Tim Parks, Alberto Manguel, Virginia Ironside, Douglas Hurd, Simon Singh, Andrew Graham-Dixon, Gavin Esler, Geoff Dyer, Tony Parsons, David Starkey, Bryan Talbot, Kate Tempest, Luke Wright, Tim Clare, Ross Sutherland, Carole Seymour-Jones, Naomi Schillinger, Rhidian Brook, Sandra Hempel, MarcAllum, Edward Hollis, Peter Ziegler, Tom Cheshire