• Felixstowe Book Festival

Felixstowe Book Festival


Felixstowe Book Festival has become one of the highlights of the East Anglian arts calendar.

The home of books by the sea…The Felixstowe Book Festival 2021 will take place over the weekend of the 25th to the 27th of June 2021.

The programme this year will be a mixture of socially distanced in person events, held at Harvest House Felixstowe, and online live-streamed interviews with authors from their sofa to yours.

At Harvest House the beautiful Palm Court, dining room and conservatory will be where festival patrons Esther Freud and Terry Waite will be speaking, along with JoJo Moyes, Salley Vickers, Liz Trenow, Toby Faber, Laura Thompson, Nicola Upson and Iain Dale, as well as a panel of crime writers Harriet Tyce, Kate Rhodes and Louise Millar and nature writers James Canton and Matt Gaw .

The virtual online festival will include authors such as Carol Drinkwater, talking about her latest novel 'An Act of Love', novelist and screen writer Anthony Horowitz, Andrew Lownie who wrote the acclaimed biography 'The Mountbattens, Their Lives and Loves', Helen McCarthy who penned 'Double Lives: The History of Working Motherhood', Christopher Tugendhat of 'A History of Britain in Books' and Richard Dawkins talking about his latest work, 'Books do Furnish a Life'. Many other exciting and intriguing authors are part of the programme.

Full details and tickets available on http://felixstowebookfestival.co.uk/ or by phoning Eastern Angles Theatre Company 01473 211498 (Mon-Fri 10am – 2pm)

Flexible Bookings

A full refund will be given for the in-person events if they are cancelled, if you have Covid or have to self isolate.
Attraction name:
Felixstowe Book Festival
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