Surrey Heath Book Festival

Welcome to the 2014 Surrey Heath Book Festival. This year we are welcoming Antonia Fraser, Leo Aylen, Prunella Scales, Peter Bentley, Elizabeth Kay, Miriam Wakerly and the Goldenford Publishers to the festival stage.

We are booking new authors and events all the time so it is a good idea to keep checking the website or sign up for our e-newsletter.

Festival Weekend Ticket
Once again we are offering the popular Festival Ticket. For only £16.00 you can attend as many (or all) of our fabulous author events taking place over the weekend. Unfortunately the writing workshops are not included in the Festival Tickets, and tickets are subject to availability so we advise you book early.

Friday 9 May 7.30pm
Antonia Fraser In conversation with Juliette Foster

Saturday 10 May 10am until 1.00pm
Writing Fiction for Young Readers Led by Elizabeth Kay

Saturday 10 May 2.00pm
The Great Dog Bottom Swap With Peter Bentley

Saturday 10 May 3.30pm
The Big Read with Isabel Wolff

Saturday 10 May 7.30pm
'An Assortment of Sibyls' Leo Aylen & Prunella Scales

Sunday 11 May 10am until 1.00pm
Writing From Life Led by Miriam Wakerly

Sunday 11 May 3.30pm
Goldenford Girls Celebrate Ten Years of Publishing Presentation by Goldenford Publishers

Justin Rowe exhibitionFriday 9 - Sunday 11 May
Days Fall Like Leaves
An Exhibition by Justin Rowe

Days Fall Like Leaves is an exhibition of exquisite book and paper sculptures by artist Justin Rowe.

Justin's sculptures are hand cut from book and found images and then assembled with gum Arabic. The inspiration Justin's sculptures are drawn from various sources including books, folk tales and music. These unique and eye-catching sculptures have been exhibited at various venues including a solo show at the British Academy last year as part of its Literature Week.
Admission: Free

Juliette FosterWelcome back... Juliette Foster

The Surrey Heath Book Festival is delighted that journalist and broadcaster Juliette Foster will be taking part in the Festival again.
Juliette Foster has enjoyed a varied media career working in both radio and television and for organisations such as the BBC, Channel Four and Bloomberg.

In 2001 Juliette presented the morning and evening shows for Sky News. Her achievements were formally recognised in 2002 by the banking giant HSBC and The European Federation of Black Women Business Owners, when she was honoured with a professional award in recognition of her achievements.

Juliette is the founder and managing director of Magnus Communications, a media training company. She also works with the new Africa centred channel Arise News and is an experienced public speaker and a much sought after conference facilitator.

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