Two Festival Appearances!

I’m very happy to announce that I will be appearing at both the Chalk Valley History Festival and the Festival of Chichester 2014.

Chalk Valley History FestivalIn April I was asked to write an article for the History Hub on the Chalk Valley History Festival Website. I hope it will wet your appetite for my talk, which is on 26th June 2014 at 17:00. Click on the picture to the left to buy tickets.

 

 

Michelle Magorian at the Festival of Chichester 2014If you can’t make that, then I hope you can join me at Chichester Library (tickets only £3!) on July 1st at 19.30.

Here’s a link to book tickets for that Festival of Chichester 2014 event.

I hope to see you there!

News just in: You can buy the brand new Back Home copies at Michelle’s talk at the Festival of Chichester 2014 on July 1st – two days ahead of publication

You can buy the brand new Back Home copies at Michelle’s talk at the Festival of Chichester 2014 on July 1st! – See more at: http://www.michellemagorian.com/#sthash.f6BJOC79.dpuf
You can buy the brand new Back Home copies at Michelle’s talk at the Festival of Chichester 2014 on July 1st! – See more at: http://www.michellemagorian.com/#sthash.f6BJOC79.dpuf

 

Q & A Session With Michelle Magorian At The Bridewell Theatre In London on December 18th

Tower_Theatre_Company_posterI’m happy to announce that I will be appearing at a Question and Answer session on the 18th December after the Tower Theatre Company’s production of Goodnight Mister Tom, The Musical. The Q & A session is FREE to those who have tickets for the Wednesday performance. To secure a ticket please make sure you book in advance!

The shows are at 7.30pm on Tuesday 17th  through to Saturday 21st December and there is a matinee at 3pm onSaturday 21st December.

<<< Click on the poster for more details and to book a ticket.

Break a leg’ to the cast and company and hope to see you there with a question on the 18th.

Independent Bookshops

Photo by Dave Pearson

Photo by Dave Pearson

I recently came across an article Not In Chains, which was written by Doug McLean in the Spring 2006 edition of The Author.

In it he puts the arguments for supporting our independent bookshops beautifully, Read more >>>>

Guest Writer Ben Davis talks about playing William Beech for The North Devon Allstarz

Ben Davis who plays William BeechHi I’m Ben Davis and I have the honour of playing William Beech for North Devon All Starz at The Queen’s Theatre, Barnstaple.

When I read the book I felt sad for William, his mum was mean to him and didn’t know how to look after him properly, he hadn’t ever celebrated his birthday and he had no friends until Zach, who died trying to find William. I imagine he always felt scared of what might happen next. Read more >>>>