Eight Ghosts at English Heritage Sites

A series of English Heritage events, where the authors of Eight Ghosts read aloud at the location where their story is set.

21 October

Andrew Michael Hurley is at Carlisle Castle.

24 October

Kamila Shamsie at Kenilworth Castle.

27 October

Mark Haddon at York Cold War Bunker.

Max Porter at Eltham Palace.

31 October

Sarah Perry at Audley End.
Stuart Evers at Dover Castle.

11 November, 10.30-4.30

Molly Hatch at the V&A – A Passion for China: History and Surface

Using the ceramic collections as inspiration, head to the V&A for this one-day, hands-on workshop with ceramic artist, designer and author Molly Hatch.

16 November, 6.30-11pm

British Book Design and Production Awards

Brutal London in a finalist at these prestigious awards.

17 November, 1pm-5.30pm

The Boardman Tasker Award for Mountain Literature

Who will be the 35th winner of the coveted Boardman Tasker Prize? Come and find out at the Kendal Mountain Festival. Among the Summer Snows is a finalist.

18 November, 7.30-10pm

Kendal Mountain Festival – Spoken Word and a Pint

Hosted by award winning author Karen Lloyd, we will also be joined by acclaimed poet Helen Mort , author Christopher Nicholson who will be reading from his recently published book ‘Among the Summer Snows’, poet Jonathan Humble, writer and filmmaker Simon Sylvester,  storyteller Luke Brown, Co-founder of the Kendal Poetry Festival Pauline Yardwood and author Marian Veevers , who will make this a spoken word evening like no other!