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Dr Lucy Worsley at Chiswick Book Festival
Thursday 15 September: 7.00pm, Chiswick House
Dr Lucy Worsley, Historian and Curator of the Historic Royal Palaces discusses her latest book, If Walls Could Talk, as part of the Chiswick Book Festival
Now into its third year, the Chiswick Book Festival has firmly established itself as a highlight of west London’s literary calendar. The Festival has attracted authors of the calibre of Lady Antonia Fraser, Sir Terry Pratchett, Sir Andrew Motion, Anthony Horowitz, Jacqueline Wilson, Val McDermid, Lynn Barber, Allison Pearson and Claire Tomalin.
Taking place from Friday 16 to Sunday 18 September, the Chiswick Book Festival 2011 will be officially opened by one of Britain’s best-loved children’s authors, former laureate Michael Morpurgo. Kate Mosse, author of the bestselling Labyrinth and co-founder of the Orange Prize for Fiction, will be headlining the Festival on Friday night.
This year, the rapidly expanding festival will for the first time incorporate the venue Chiswick House, kicking off with a special pre-festival event with, Dr Lucy Worsley. The popular TV
historian and curator of the Historic Royal Palaces, will discuss her latest book
and accompanying BBC TV series, If Walls Could Talk.
Tickets will be available mid August.
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