Cranbrook Literature Festival

Cranbrook Literature Festival

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September 17 @ 08:00 - September 18 @ 17:00
Festival

The Cranbrook Literature Festival is a two-day event held to celebrate Cranbrook’s literary heritage and promotes the joy of the written word to children and adults in and around the Cranbrook area.

The festival is managed by a not-for-profit organisation, run totally by volunteers, all passionate about reading and writing!

Hear from an exciting range of speakers including Deborah Moggach, Tom Harte-Dyke, William Nicholson, Pen Vogler, Iain Dale, The Noir Collective, Sophy Henn, Hilary Wilce, Anna Richards and local poets Hubert Moore, John Rice and Bowie Adams.

Hear Deborah Moggach talk about her new novel ‘Black Dress’ as well as her best selling ‘’Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’; William Nicholson will speak about his collection of novels and work on film scripts for ‘Hope Gap’ and ‘Gladiator’; Pen Vogler will offer an insight into her new book ‘Scoff – A History of Food and Class in Britain’; LBC broadcaster, political commentator and journalist Iain Dale will speak about his books and will be in discussion with local MP Greg Clark; botanist, traveller, adventurer, TV personality, writer and creator of ‘The World Garden’, Tom Hart-Dyke, will entertain you with tales of his many adventures and there will be mystery and suspense from The Noir Collective.

For more information about this exciting programme and booking details please visit the event’s website.

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