The Third Chiswick Book Festival takes place from September 16th to 18th 2011. Make a weekend of it, at St Michael & All Angels, Chiswick House and the Tabard Theatre! And don’t forget – entries for the Young People’s Poetry Competition close on August 31st….

Once again we have an exciting lineup of speakers, including: Michael Morpurgo (Warhorse, Shadow, Little Manfred), Kate Mosse (Labyrinth, Sepulchre, The Winter Ghosts),
Daisy Goodwin (My Last Duchess), Rosamund Lupton (Afterwards), Andy McNab (War Torn and Dead Centre), and many more!

There are events for most tastes, including a Children’s Book Festival.

The 2011 Festival is based in St Michael & All Angels Church & Parish Hall, with some events taking place in the Tabard Theatre, Bath Road.

The Chiswick Book Festival is a non-profit-making, community event. The previous two Festivals raised over £11,000.

Go to the Chiswick Book Festival website for more information

Programme Saturday Afternoon
Saturday Day Pass – £5

Tickets will go on sale from Saturday August 27th at:
Waterstone’s (1st Floor)
220-226 Chiswick High Road
London W4 1PD
Tel: 020 8995 3559
or via Advance Booking Form

5.45pm Andy McNab: War Torn and Dead Centre (requires individual ticket!!)

The latest book by the best-selling author of Bravo Two Zero, War Torn traces one platoon’s experience of warfare in the 21st Century. Packed with high-octane excitement, it also explores the impact of war’s aftershocks upon the soldiers and those who love them. On September 15th, his latest Mark Stone book is published – Dead Centre. And in October, Andy McNab publishes Battlefield 3: The Russian, a novel based on the game Battlefield 3, on which he is a creative advisor.
Please note: photography is not permitted at this event.

# Please note: the printed leaflet incorrectly says admission for this event is by Saturday Day Pass. We apologise for the error.