The 19th Richmond upon Thames Literature Festival will take place throughout November, with another stellar line-up of writers, broadcasters, historians, new talent and activities for all ages.
The main programme will feature, among others: John Simpson, David Starkey, Clive James, Blake Morrison and Lee Langley, Paul Willetts and Virginia Ironside, Simon Day, Quentin Letts and Peter Snow.
For the first time there will be a Fringe programme featuring performances from spoken word artists and poets, including Time Out award winning Ross Sutherland, BBC Radio 4’s poet in residence Luke Wright, Kate Tempest, Tim Clare, Molly Naylor and many more.
The festival, which is run by Richmond Council’s Arts Services in partnership with artsrichmond, will also be launching a new website featuring exclusive offers, updates and information on education activities for children and young people. See www.richmondliterature.com for more details.
— from Richmond Council Website