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An exciting mix of bestselling authors and new literary voices will be at Barnes BookFest this autumn. Taking place on 23 – 25 September, the weekend book festival starts on Friday evening with veteran environmental campaigner Jonathon Porritt, followed by bestselling author Ben Macintyre. Events feature many well-known faces: Theo Fennell in conversation with Richard E. Grant, Dame Eileen Atkins with Gyles Brandreth, Peter Snow and Ann MacMillan, plus Hilary and Michael Whitehall. A special screening event includes Patricia Hodge in conversation with film and theatre critic Michael Billington.

New writers and award nominees Yara Rodrigues Fowler and Natasha Brown, plus Bonnie Garmus, join the line up on Sunday, and the festival concludes with bestselling author Robert Harris discussing his new book, Act of Oblivion. Barnes BookFest 2022 promises a weekend of lively discussion on a diverse range of subjects, from writing new fiction, shifts in global power and world politics to social history, questions on social justice and memoir. Tickets are available online at www.barnesbookfest.org or at The Barnes Bookshop. Open booking starts on 15 July.

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Map & Directions

Barnes BookFest 2022

Type:Literary Event

Barnes Bookshop, 98 Church Road, 15 Castelnau, Barnes, London, SW13 0DQ

Tel: 020 8741 0786

Opening Times

Season (23 Sept 2022 - 25 Sept 2022)
DayTimes
Friday - Sunday17:00 - 18:00

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