Five£†days of events are planned for this year’s Dorchester Literary Festival featuring£†Tracy Chevalier,£†Tony Robinson, Ann Cleeves and Kate Adie.
Launched last year, the Dorchester Literary Festival was a resounding success and this year festival organisers hope it will be bigger and better.
The events run from Wenesday 19 October until Sunday 23 October.
Dorchester and the unspoiled countryside and dramatic coastal scenery has inspired many of Britain’s best-loved writers, including Thomas Hardy, T E Lawrence, Ian McEwan and our patron Tracy Chevalier.
Bringing acclaimed authors to Dorset’s county town , the festival will£†headline its£†patron Tracy Chevalier,£†Tony Robinson, Ann Cleeves, Victoria Hislop, Rachel Joyce, Dinah Jefferies,£†Richard Dannatt, Kate Adie, Alison Weir, Judith Millar, John Challis, John Wright, Elizabeth Luard,£†and many more.
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This year a further countryside day had been£†introduced in the beautiful grounds of Kingston Maurward and also a programme of free children’s events.
Tickets are on sale from the website here. Don’t miss the special discount – Buy three tickets and save £5 or buy 4 or more and save 15%.Add these discount codes at the checkout£†SAVE£5£†or£†15%DISCOUNT£†to apply the discount.