The 14/4 Literary Dinner brings 14 authors, 4 speakers, book lovers, writers, and assorted revellers of fine culture together for one great 4 course dinner.
The 14/4 Literary Dinner 2012 was held on the 16th March 2012
As part of The Windsor Festival Spring Weekend
There are 14 authors and a 4 course meal
At 14 tables, with a seat at each for an author.
Every table has an author to host.
But, not just one author – oh no!
Between courses the authors change tables. Therefore all 14 tables host 4 different authors throughout dinner.
The fun doesn’t stop there.
Between courses – to cover the clatter of cutlery clearing – an author speaks. A different author each time. And they all promise to be interesting and/or entertaining.
And still the fun continues.
At the end of the evening, the authors are around to talk to, their books are available to buy, you can have them sign these. This is also a chance to speak to those authors you did not get a chance to host. Oh, and each other about the authors, their books, the dinner and your facebook and twitter updates quite possibly.
“When is this?” we hear you cry…
The 14/4 Literary Dinner 2012 was on the 16th March 2012
“Where, where, is this?” we hear you cry…
The Harte and Garter Hotel
31 High Street
Windsor Town Centre
“What time, hurry up we don’t want to miss it?” we hear you cry
7.00pm welcome drink
8.00pm sit down for dinner
14/4 Literary Dinner ticket
Tickets are £45 inc. a welcome glass of fizz,
and all the fun
There are limited places
Just an FYI:
There is a private bar at the venue, which is ours for the whole evening. You can order wine for your meal, stay and have a drink and chat at afterwards and
We interview all the authors throughout the year here on Glow Magazine.
You can keep up with the news, views and what the crew’s doing
All in all, a good night to be had by all.
Our Lovely Authors 2012
The best selling female historian in the UK, Alison Weir with her book Mary Boleyn: The Great and Infamous Whore
Well-known, pioneer female photographer and TV writer and presenter of over 80 shows, Lucinda Lambton, with a career spanning array of books
Critically acclaimed historian, Helen Rappaport, with Magnificent Obsession
Funny and outrageous Julie Cohen, With her 14th novel, The Summer of Living Dangerously
With a gift for Dickens in his 200th birthday year, a tribute novel from popular Lynn Shepherd, Tom’s All Alone
Introducing debut authors:
Top Ten author of the year chosen by TV Book Club 2012, Essie Fox, with Somnabulist
Journalist and digital innovator, Lloyd Shepherd, with The English Monster
Runaway sleeper hit, Mark Forsyth, with The Etymologicon
Hailed as the new F. Scott Fitzgerald, Benjamin Wood, with Bellwether Revivals
Timely and astute, Shelley Harris, with Jubilee
Look and feel good, Emylia Hall, with The Book of Summers
Cancer survivor and inspiration, Stephanie Butland, with Bah! to Cancer
Past editor of Berkshire Life and published in the US, Tessa Harris, with Anatomist’s Apprentice
British-American, film maker and doctorate in Twentieth-Century English Literature, Patrick Flanery, with Absolution
closed – BOOK TICKETS -closed
Through the Windsor Festival here: www.windsorfestival.com By Phone: 01753 714 364
or direct from the Old Booking Hall, Windsor Royal Station, open 10am-4pm, seven days a week
This is a Glow Events initiative
in association with the Windsor Festival
held as part of the Windsor Festival Spring Weekend.