The Clapham Book Festival 2023, known for its distinctive and quirky lineup, brought together a diverse range of literary and broadcasting talents. Among the highlights was the appearance of the…
The 2023 Henley Literary Festival returned with a flourish from September 30 to October 8, offering a treasure trove of 130 talks, performances, and conversations for both adults and children.…
The Royal African Society‘s annual celebration of contemporary African and diaspora literature, Africa Writes, recently explored the theme of “Intangible Heritage” at the British Library. This vibrant literary festival, the…
Dr. Julia Patterson shares compelling insights into the NHS crisis in her new book ‘Critical’ during an event at The Trouble Club.
Wicked writers Gregory Maguire and Winnie Holzman talk about recent book challenges with the Authors Guild, and the fear of fascism.
The Queen’s Park Book Festival 2023 brings together a host of names including Zadie Smith discussing gender, class, history and violence.
Journalist Yomi Adegoke discussed her debut fiction novel “The List” with The Trouble Club, and the issue of Internet trials.
Discover the empowering journey of Black womanhood through Catherine Joy White’s book This Thread of Gold, celebrating diverse voices.
Gina Martin addresses harmful conversation-stoppers in her new book, “No Offence, But…,” encouraging dialogue on social justice issues.
Explore the historical perspective on pandemics in Foreign Bodies by Simon Schama. Unravelling tales of human ingenuity, and irrationality.