Felixstowe Book Festival

Felixstowe Book Festival takes place at Harvest House in Felixstowe and online on 25, 26 & 27 June 2021.

This year's Festival includes a programme of live, in person events, complimented by an exciting online programme of live streamed events where authors will be chatting with us from the comfort of their own homes in the UK and beyond!

Joining this year, live and in-person at Harvest House will be: 

Saturday 26th June

10-11am - Terry Waite CBE

11.30-12.30pm - Esther Freud - 'I Couldn't Love you More'

1.30-2.30pm - JoJo Moyes - 'The Giver of Stars'

3-4pm - Harriet Tyce, Kate Rhodes and

Louise Millar – 'A Twist in the Tale'

4.30-5.30pm - Iain Dale - 'Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?'

Sunday 27th June

10-11am - Salley Vickers - 'Grandmothers'

11.30-12.30pm - Liz Trenow - 'The Secrets of the Lake'

Tony Faber - 'Faber & Faber The Untold Story'

Laura Thompson – 'Agatha Christie, A Mysterious Life'

Appearing online this year will be:

Friday 25th June

7-8pm - Richard Dawkins - 'Books do Furnish a Life. Reading and Writing Science'
8.30-9.30pm - Anthony Horowitz 

Saturday 26th June

9-10am - Esther Rutter – 'This Golden Fleece'
10.30-11.30am - Andrew Lownie - 'The Mountbattens, Their Lives and Loves'
12-1pm - Ana Sampson - 'Night Feeds and Morning Songs'
1.30-2.30pm - Edoardo Albert with Paul Gething -'WARRIOR A Life of War in Anglo-Saxon Britain'
3-4pm - Robert Jones Jr - The Prophets' and Dawnie Walton 'The Final Revival of Opal & Nev' - live streamed from New York
4.30-5.30pm - Christopher Tugendhat - 'A History of Britain Through Books: 1900-1964'
6-7pm - Juliet Nicholson - 'Frostquake: The Frozen Winter of 1962 and How Britain Emerged a Different Country'

Sunday 27th June

10.30-11.30am - Henry Hemming – 'Our Man in New York: The British Plot to Bring America into the Second World War'
12-1pm - Kit Yates - 'The Maths of Life and Death'
1.30-2.30pm - Helen McCarthy – 'Double Lives, A History of Working Motherhood'
3-4pm - Dr Emma Hepburn 'A Toolkit For Modern Life. 53 ways to look after your mind' and Francesca Specter 'Alonement by How to be alone & absolutely own it.'
4.30-5.30pm - Elly Griffiths - 'The Night Hawks'
6-7pm - Carol Drinkwater - 'An Act of Love'


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

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Event name:
Felixstowe Book Festival
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