Marlborough LitFest announces an extra appearance by David Walliams - plus The Oldie comes to town with a literary lunch
Interest in the visit to Marlborough LitFest 2018 by children's author and actor David Walliams has been so great that a second talk has been arranged for the morning of Sunday, September 30.
Actor, star of ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent, as well as highly successful children’s author, David Walliams, is Marlborough LitFest’s children’s author for 2018 - a star attraction for the festival's ninth year (27-30 September).
More names have been revealed for this year’s ninth Marlborough LitFest (28-30 September.) They include acclaimed novelist William Boyd, bestselling author Kate Mosse, historical fiction author Katie Hickman.
Marlborough LitFest will return for its ninth year in 2018 over the weekend of September 28-30 and has announced that acclaimed author Rose Tremain will be this year’s Golding Speaker, opening the festival on Friday, September 28. She will be talking about her fiction and her latest book - which is a memoir.
Marlborough LitFest 2018's programme adds Sir Max Hastings, Alan Johnson and motorcyclist Lois Pryce
Marlborough LitFest has announced that bestselling military historian Max Hastings, author and ex-MP Alan Johnson, and travel writer Lois Pryce will be joining 2018 Golding Speaker, Rose Tremain, at this year’s ninth Festival to be held over the last weekend in September.
Marlborough LitFest is a phenomenon - one of Marlborough's phenomena - this year's was certainly phenomenal. It caters for so many different interests, is especially keen to support younger readers - and it runs a café.
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