Upcoming appearances
Posted on by jessia

Philip Pullman’s latest work The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ will be released 31st March and the author will be making a series of appearance to promote it this coming spring and summer:

  • Sunday 28 March, 12 pm: Oxford Literary Festival [link]
  • Thursday 1 April, 8 pm: Guildhall, Bath [link]
  • Saturday 10 April, 1.30 pm: Cambridge Wordfest – In Conversation with Sir Peter Stothard [link]
  • Monday 12 April, 7.45 pm: Royal Festival Hall, QEH – In Conversation with Marina Warner [link]
  • Tuesday 13 April, 6.30 pm: English PEN, Free Word Centre – In Conversation with Richard Harries [link]
  • Saturday 17 April, 3 pm: Dublin Writers’ Festival, Trinity College – In Conversation with Fintan O’Toole [link]
  • Sunday 2 May, 4 pm: New College Forum, New College, Oxford
  • Wednesday 26 May, 8 pm: Charleston Festival, Sussex – ‘Enduring Myths’, with David Eagleman and William Nicholson [link]
  • Saturday 5 June, 7 pm: Hay on Wye Festival – In Conversation with Peter Florence [link]
  • 18-20 June: Shakespeare and Company Literary Festival, Paris, in collaboration with PEN and The New York Review of Books: Storytelling, Politics and the Imagination [link]
  • 14-30 August: Edinburgh International Book Festival – details, date, and time to be confirmed [link]
  • 8-17 October: Cheltenham Festival – details, date, and time to be confirmed [link]

If any readers will be attending any of the above events and would like to see their experiences published on BridgetotheStars.net, please let us know by commenting below.

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8 Responses to Upcoming appearances

  1. waitingForDust says:

    Your Oxford Literary Festival link isn’t working. Probably best use this one: http://www.oxfordplayhouse.com/ticketsoxford/?event=8437

  2. YetAnotherHDMFan says:

    It really is a shame if the bids don’t go over £36…

  3. Skye says:

    I -might- be able to attend one of the last two!

  4. I’m probably going to the Cambridge one, and I’m working out if I can afford to go to Hay on Wye (although the timing is not particularly convenient).

  5. Skye says:

    The Cheltenham Festival event is £70. There went that plan. 🙁

  6. Skye says:

    Apparently there is another event that is £12 and already sold out!

  7. Skye says:

    It turned out not to be sold out after all, so I got a ticket!

  8. Skye says:

    Sometimes I hate trains. The most disappointing day in quite a while… Didn’t make it to Cheltenham. 🙁