Release Date: 30 September 2020
In a year when books have never been more important, find out what’s going on throughout November for this year’s Literature Festival.
The programme includes talks by authors, historians, politicians, poets and more, with writing workshops, as well as activities for children and families.
Programme highlights include:
The full programme of events can be found at www.richmondliterature.com
Richmond Literature Festival venues are working hard to ensure the safety of visitors and staff. To comply with COVID-19 venue guidelines, less tickets will be on sale this year and a digital programme is available for those who are shielding. Please note that arrangements are subject to change with government COVID-19 guidance and the programme may become fully digital if the need arises. See a list of measures taken.
Cllr John Coombs, Lead Member for Culture for Richmond Council, said:
“We are thrilled that #RichLitFest is back for its 29th year. Festivals like these are important during stressful times and I hope local people enjoy the incredible line-up on inspiring events from some of the very best writers and speakers going!
“It’s an eclectic line-up with something for everyone.”
The Box Office opens on 6 October 2020 and you can book online or by phone.
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Updated: 30 September 2020