Paddington Book Festival – September Programme

Paddington-festival-front-pageQueen’s Park Library is holding a book festival during September along with Maida Vale, Paddington and Church Street libraries. It is part of the wider Paddington Festival programme. All the events are free and range in scope from crime fiction to history and current affairs. Advance booking is essential – please contact the library.

‘A ticket to the Carnival’ with author Barrie Stacey
– Thursday 3 September, 5.00pm at Queen’s Park Library

‘My House in Damascus’ – with author Diana Darke
– Thursday 10 September, 7.00pm at Queen’s Park Library

‘In conversation’ – with author Kim Newman
– 15 September, 7.00pm at Queen’s Park Library

‘Marylebone Lives’ – with Carl Upsall
Thursday 17 September, 6.30pm at Paddington Library

‘Sylvia Garland’s Broken Heart’ – with author Helen Harris
– Monday 21 September, 6.30pm at Maida Vale Library

‘Stinging the Devil’ – with author Penny Nair Price
– Tuesday 22 September, 6.30pm at Paddington Library

‘Voices from the Past’ – with author Juliet West
– Wednesday 23 September, 5.30pm at Church Street Library

Positive Tales from the Road – with Anne-Laure Carruth and Lucy Engleheart
– Thursday 24 September, 6.30pm at Paddington Library

Local author Stephen Benatar
– Monday 28 September, 6.30pm at Maida Vale Library

‘A Ticket to the Carnival’ with author Barrie Stacey
– Wednesday 29 September, 6.30pm at Paddington Library

For further details see https://www.westminster.gov.uk/paddington-book-festival

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