On 1 and 2 October, the Primrose Hill Community Library is putting on a Book Festival to celebrate its tenth anniversary. Ten authors will talk, read, be interviewed, air their memories and delight audiences at the Library in one-hour sessions on both days.
Saturday 1 October
|11am||On his memoir of a lost England – Melvyn Bragg|
|12:30pm||Brian Cox – the actor talks about his memoirs|
|2:30pm||The Fart that Changed the World – Stephen Mangan with Anita Mangan||Great for kids|
|4pm||Lonely Planet founders – Tony & Maureen Wheeler|
Sunday 2 October
|11am||Fool for Love & The Black Dress – Deborah Moggach|
|12:30pm||Hadley Freeman – Guardian writer on her family’s secret history|
|2:30pm||Skandar and the Unicorn Thief – Annabel Steadman||Great for kids|
|4pm||Alan Bennett – talks and reads from his journals|
|5:30 pm||Joan Bakewell – a meditation on her life and times|
Tickets £5 per talk
Online booking closed at 11 am on Friday 30 September
If you were unable to buy tickets for any event in the Primrose Hill Community Library Book Festival and still want to be at that talk, can we suggest that you come along on the day. We may be able to sell tickets on the day, at the last minute before a session, if people who bought tickets do not show up.