We're counting down the days now to the first meet-the-author event in our fabulous line-up for November taking place in venues all over Woodbridge.
Kate Humble is joining us at Seckford Theatre on Friday, and there are just a handful of tickets left. Her book is a fabulous collection of memories of walks and people she's met. It also contains Kate's personal response to fascinating research she's discovered which proves the benefit of taking time out of the busyness of our lives to walk, and think, and be!
A few days later, Dan Snow at the Riverside Cinema will remind us that 'you can't understand the present if you can't understand the past'. We have a capacity audience for this event, but if you can't join us, then why not think about ordering a signed copy of Dan's book for a special Christmas gift?
On Tuesday 20th November we'll be gathering in the bookshop to learn all about the Suffolk landscape in terms of the impact made by the military around the time of the Second World War. I've met the two historians responsible for this study and their enthusiasm for their subject is infectious. It will be a fascinating evening and there are a few tickets left. The book is for sale in Browsers now.
And to round off our extravaganza of author events this month, artist and sculptor Maggi Hambling will be coming to Browsers on Friday 30th November to share her memories and admiration for the work of her father, Harry. The book she's published, celebrating his work, is called 'A Suffolk Eye' and Maggi will sign copies on the night. Again there are just a handful of tickets left for what is sure to be a very special evening.
Details of all these events and more are given below.
It's unusual for us to have such a packed programme of events, it's almost looking like a festival! Thank you for all your support - it's great to have such good attendances for all these speakers. I'm sure we'll all leave informed, inspired and entertained.
I hope to see you soon, and thank you for reading.