Taking place between the 4 – 13th of October is the highly acclaimed Cheltenham Literature Festival. As the oldest literature festival in the world, this is one event that book lovers do not want to miss out on.
Since its launch in 1949, this event has gone from strength to strength turning into a large scale international festival and attracting visitors from all over the world. You can expect to attend fascinating lectures, insightful discussions, incredible performances and fascinating workshops during these two exciting weeks that’s dedicated to books.
This incredible event doesn’t just appeal to us normal folk either. Expect to see famous names and faces at this literature frenzy. Attracting huge names in the past including; Jonathon Ross, Ben Fogle, Joanna Lumley, Jarvis Cocker, David Walliams and Christopher Lee, you just never know who you may run into.
This grand celebration of reading attracts literature lovers of all ages and the literary line-up includes 600 speakers and esteemed writers who entertain the masses with their lectures and workshops. And the event isn’t just for the grown-ups either as the younger ones can meet their favourite characters including Peppa Pig, Peter Rabbit and The Gruffalo.
Included in the festival you will be able to attend a whole host of free activities, perfect for every member of the family including; poetry readings, children’s events, interviews with writers, storytelling, book groups, writing workshops and educational projects, to name but a few.
So if you fancy the Cheltenham Literature Festival and are in need of an incredible place to stay whilst you discuss your Shakespeare from your Dickens, then why not take a look at our amazing offers, exclusive to CrispWhiteSheets.
For more information or to book tickets visit http://cheltenhamfestivals.com/literature
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