Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012
The third Marlborough LitFest ended on a dramatic high at the weekend with acclaimed poet Simon Armitage captivating a sell-out crowd of students and visitors alike with his unique blend of dry wit and lyrical delivery in the Memorial Hall, Marlborough College.
Wednesday, September 12th, 2012
Marlborough Literary Festival is very pleased to announce that Libanus Press have kindly agreed to run a third tour of their studio as the first two tours have sold out. The new tour will be on Saturday 29th September at 11am.
Wednesday, July 25th, 2012
To celebrate our children’s events this year we have two exciting competitions to win tickets to see Judith Kerr on the 29th September at the Theatre on the Hill, St John’s School.
The competitions are inspired by one of Judith’s best known books The Tiger Who Came to Tea in which Sophie and her mummy are surprised by an unexpected guest;
Tuesday, July 10th, 2012
The winner of The McKitterick Prize 2012 is Ginny Baily with Africa Junction. She has won various prizes for her poetry and short stories and is co-founder and co-editor of Riptide, a journal that champions the short story. Ginny has long worked on the Africa Research Bulletin. Philip Hensher, associate professor of creative writing at […]
Monday, July 9th, 2012
Call: 01249 701628 Mon-Fri. 10.00-19.00, Sat. 10.00-16.00. Tickets (and festival programme) also available from: The White Horse Bookshop, 136 High Street, Marlborough Howard Jacobson, Man Booker winner 2010. Iain Banks, author of modern gothic classic The Wasp Factory and sci-fi The Culture series. Michael Frayn, playwright and author, famous for Noises Off and Spies. Simon […]
Thursday, July 5th, 2012
This week we launched our brand new festival website. Designed to reflect this year’s brochure, the new site has some additional features to highlight the best of our forthcoming events. It also includes links to our Facebook page and Twitter feeds so that you can easily stay informed on all the festival activities.
Friday, June 15th, 2012
A timely revival of Michael Frayn’s stylish and fast-paced spy thriller comes to The Old Vic after its highly acclaimed run at Sheffield Theatres. Democracy takes us into a world of political intrigue, espionage and betrayal . Based on real life events during the final months in office of the charismatic West German Chancellor Willy […]