The Primrose Hill Community Library will be holding a literary festival on Saturday 1 October and Sunday 2 October to celebrate the 10th anniversary of our library. Ten authors will talk, read, be interviewed, air their memories and delight audiences in one-hour sessions throughout the weekend.
- Melvyn Bragg on his memoir of a lost England – 11am
- Brian Cox – The actor talks about his memories – 12.30pm
- Stephen Mangan & Anita Mangan: The fart that changed the world – 2.30pm
- Tony & Maureen Wheeler: Lonely Planet founders – 4pm
- Deborah Moggach: Fool for Love and The Black Dress – 11am
- Hadley Freeman: The Guardian writer on her family’s secret history – 12.30pm
- Alan Bennett – talks and reads from his journals – 4pm
- Joan Bakewell – a meditation on her life and times – 5pm
Tickets are available from www.phca.cc/bookfestival
Tickets are £5 for each event. Under 14s are free.