Packed full of engaging and exciting activities and events, Lichfield Literature is your chance to meet a whole host of bestselling authors and hear them talk about the books they write!

This year’s theme Frontiers, Borders and Barriers has something for everyone.

For fiction lovers, go along to Sunday Times bestselling author Barbara Erskine, hear stories with Radio 4’s Lainy Malkani or discover the History of Women in 100 objects with Maggie Andrews & Janis Lomas.

With geography, world travel and astrology for our non-fiction audience, acclaimed authors and journalists include Alex Hibbert, Historian Anna Beer and a welcome return of festival favourite Alison Weir.

There is plenty for our youngest festival goers too with a “Tiger who came for Tea” inspired Rainbow Rhyme session.

The festival has opportunities to have a go at your own creative writing, with Young Adult author Emma Pass offering a workshop for a teenage audience.

A sell out this year is nephew of Alan Turing, Dermot Turing, sharing “The Real Story of How Enigma Was Broken”.

All sessions are interactive with book readings, a chance to ask questions and buy signed copies of books from the festival book shop.

All tickets for Lichfield Literature 2019, 7th - 10th March, are sold through Lichfield Cathedral Shop and Box office:

In person - at the Lichfield Cathedral Shop

Mon-Sat 9.30-17.00 and Sun 10.00-16.00

Online HERE

By Telephone- 01543 306150 Mon-Sat 9.30-17.00 and Sun 10.00-16.00

View the brochure HERE

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