Tickets for Cliveden Literary Festival go on sale
Cliveden Literary Festival which takes place between 15th and 16th October is delighted to announce early highlights from this year's stellar line-up of speakers, as tickets go on sale. Hosted at the iconic Cliveden House in Berkshire, this year's festival features expert panels including Vogue's editor-in-chief Edward Enninful on his rise to the top of the fashion world and a constellation of all-star novelists on their craft.
Renowned as a forum for lively discussion, innovative ideas, and political debate, the Cliveden Literary Festival has been described by Ian McEwan as 'probably the world's best small literary festival,' and by Alain de Botton as 'the most dignified and beautiful literary festival on the planet'.
Run by a committee of writers and historians – Andrew Roberts, Natalie Livingstone, Catherine Ostler and Simon Sebag Montefiore – the Cliveden Literary Festival draws on Cliveden House's unique history as a literary salon frequented by writers and thinkers including Alexander Pope, Alfred Lord Tennyson, George Bernard Shaw, Jonathan Swift and Sir Winston Churchill.
Natalie Livingstone, Chairman of the Cliveden Literary Festival, said: "We're delighted to announce some of the speakers who will be joining us at the Cliveden Literary Festival this October. As ever, this year's festival will see our fascinating line-up of speakers discuss – and at times fiercely debate – the most pressing issues of our era."
A sell-out success every year, priority bookers can purchase festival tickets at https://clivedenliteraryfestival.org
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