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EVENT REQUESTS

I have done over 850 events at numerous historical sites, museums, art galleries, festivals, bookstores, libraries, charities and schools in the UK, Ireland, the USA and Canada. If you would like to book me for an event, please email info@alisonweir.org.uk for an information sheet, booking form and list of talks, or approach my publishers (see the Contact page for details).


EVENTS 2018

These events are confirmed:




Thursday, 10th January
7pm
The Cathedral Library, Southwark Cathedral
JANE SEYMOUR: THE HAUNTED QUEEN
For tickets, please visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/jane-seymour-the-haunted-queen-a-talk-by-alison-weir-tickets-48688127500


Tuesday, 26th February
2.30pm
The Great Hall, Hall Place, Bexley
Event for the Bexley Literary Festival
JANE SEYMOUR: THE HAUNTED QUEEN
Booking details to come, in December



Monday, 4th March
5.30pm
The Gladstone Library, Whitehall Place, London
Alison Weir will be in conversation with Nicola Cornick, and will then present the awards at the Romantic Novelists' Association Awards Ceremony.
Booking details to come.


Saturday, 9th March
4.45pm
Lichfield Guildhall
Event for the Lichfield Literature Festival
GHOSTS AND GRUESOME TALES OF THE TOWER
For tickets, which go on sale in November, please visit https://www.lichfieldfestival.org/


Sunday, 10th March
11.45am
The George Hotel, Lichfield
Event for the Lichfield Literature Festival
WRITING HISTORICAL FICTION
For tickets, which go on sale in November, please visit https://www.lichfieldfestival.org/


Saturday, 13th April
11.30am
Michael Berry Lecture Theatre, Old Sessions House, Canterbury Christ Church University
Event for the Tudors and Stuarts History Weekend, organised by the Centre for Kent History and Heritage, Canterbury Christ Church University
ANNA OF KLEVE: QUEEN OF SECRETS
For tickets, please visit https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/arts-and-humanities/research-kent-history-and-archaeology/tudors-and-stuarts-weekend-2019/anna-of-kleve-queen-of-secrets.aspx


Sunday, 28th April
7pm
The Lightbox, Woking
Event for the Lightbox Literary Festival
ANNA OF KLEVE: QUEEN OF SECRETS
Booking details to come.


Friday, 3rd May
8pm
Nick Whitehead Theatre, Glyndwr University, Wrexham
Event for the Wrexham Carnival of Words
ANNA OF KLEVE: QUEEN OF SECRETS
Booking details to come in December or January.


Saturday, 4th May
12.30pm
Stratford Playhouse, Stratford-upon-Avon
Event for the Stratford Literary Festival
ANNA OF KLEVE: QUEEN OF SECRETS
For tickets, on sale from 1st February, please visit https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/stratford-literary-festivalTickets on sale on 1 Feb - https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/stratford-literary-festival


Thursday, 9th May
6pm
Explore York Library
ANNA OF KLEVE: QUEEN OF SECRETS
Booking details to come.


Friday, 10th May
7pm
Drinks reception at the Bookshop, East Grinstead, followed by a presentation at Sackville College, East Grinstead
ANNE OF KLEVE: QUEEN OF SECRETS
For tickets, please apply in store at The Bookshop, call 01342 322 669 or email sarah.bookshop@outlook.com.


Sunday, 30th June
3pm
The Elizabeth Suite, The Orwell Hotel, Felixstowe
Event for the Felixstowe Book Festival
ANNA OF KLEVE: QUEEN OF SECRETS
For tickets, please visit www.felixstowebookfestival.co.uk (you will be redirected to the New Wolsey Theatre website, their ticket agent). Tickets can also be purchased in person at Stillwater Books, Felixstowe.


Thursday, 18th July
7.30pm
The National Archives, Kew
WRITING HISTORICAL FICTION
Booking details to come.


Monday, 19th August
8.30pm
Hever Festival Theatre (in the grounds of Hever Castle)
SIX TUDOR QUEENS
For tickets, please visit www.heverfestival.co.uk


Saturday, 7th December (2019)
Noon
The National Archives, Kew
Joint event with Siobhan Clarke
A TUDOR CHRISTMAS
Booking details to come.



SAVE THE DATE!

These events are under discussion and still to be confirmed, so please do not contact the venues for tickets.



H For History Roof Top Book Club (19th March)


Hampton Court Palace (launch event, 29th April)


Launch event at Anne of Cleves' House, Lewes (2nd May)


Bosworth Battlefield (May)


The Thames Valley History Festival (13th May)


Dauntsey's School, Wiltshire


Chepstow


Rossiter Books, Monmouth


The Hay Festival


BookaBookshop, Oswestry


The Derby Literature Festival


The Hever Festival Theatre (19th August)