Member offer | Cliveden Literary Festival speakers and member offer
The Cliveden Literary festival has announced programme and speaker details for this year’s event and is delighted to offer Walpole members a 10% reduction in the ticket price.
The newly announced line-up of speakers for 2018 the Cliveden promises to deliver a weekend of stimulating weekend of discussion and debate, joining the programme are Hanif Kureishi, Sarah Waters, Armando Iannucci, Ruth Wilson, Sir Antony Beevor, Alain de Botton, Sir Simon Schama, Tanya Byron, Niall Ferguson, Edmund de Waal, Misha Glenny, Helen Castor, Dan Jones, David Olusoga, Paula Byrne, John Preston, Zeinab Badawi, Kate Williams, Andrea Wulf, Sir Richard Dearlove, Suzannah Lipscomb, Tristram Hunt, Dambisa Moyo, Lord Rogers, Sir Harry Evans, Tina Brown, June Sarpong, Andrew Roberts, Simon Sebag Montefiore, Cherie Blair, Priti Patel, Michael Gove, Margaret MacMillan, Dame Helena Morrissey and many more…..
Panel topics and sessions for this year’s festival include: reflections on WWI in its centenary year; Russia and espionage in the 21st century; women and power; female monarchs; great literary adaptations for film and television; as well as the festival mainstays of history and politics, with a closing debate on Brexit. Visit the website to see the full line up.
Walpole member offer
The Cliveden Literary Festival is pleased to offer Walpole a 10% reduction in the ticket price of both the day tickets and weekend passes. To book your place, please follow the link below and the discount will be applied automatically:
Book tickets here: Walpole member rate
Day Tickets for Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 Sept: £99 per person per day
Weekend Ticket (for entry to both Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 Sept): £180 per person
Pricing is subject to a booking fee at the time of purchase
Declared “probably the world’s best small literary festival” by Ian McEwan, and considered by Lady Antonia Fraser to have “moved into my top bracket of Literary Festivals: intelligent and also fun”, this year’s Cliveden Literary Festival is not to be missed.