Events: Thursday 8th November
Thursday 8th November
9:45-10:30: Thursday 8th November
Join Tony to discover his top secret illustrations tips in a bee drawing workshop, uncover fascinating bee facts, and ‘bee’ immersed in an action-packed story that will leave you buzzing with excitement!
11:30 - 12:30: Thursday 8th November
Ade is the new kid on Parsons Road and it’s not easy to make friends when you look different to everyone else.
13.15 - 14.15: Thursday 8th November
Prepare to journey back in time with the mega-bestselling author of “The Roman Mysteries” series as she tells us all about the fantastic facts she has learned while researching her brilliant new adventure series, “The Roman Quests”.
14.00 - 16.00 : Thursday 8th November
Come along and meet curator Alexia Clark for the opportunity to see some of the Museum’s rarest books, and hear about their histories.
19:30 - 20:30 : Thursday 8th November
You are invited to join Stroud author, Cynthia Jefferies for the launch of her gripping new historical novel which opens in south west England in the 17th century, before voyaging the high seas to Constantinople, and Jamaica.
10.00 - 15.00 : Thursday 8th November
Join illustrator Emma Evans and learn how to design and create your own graphic novel
19:30 : Thursday 8th November
A compelling evening of poetry performance by award-winning poet and broadcaster Daljit Nagra, hosted by Wycliffe College.
20:00 - 21:00: Thursday 8th November
Plastic pollution is the environmental scourge of our age, but how can we make a difference? Join Will McCallum, Head of Oceans at Greenpeace to find out.
From 20:30: Thursday 8th November
We know there’s a wealth of writing talent out there in the Five Valleys, and now we want you to bring that talent to Stroud Book Festival!
10.30 - 15:30 : Saturday 10th November
This workshop is suitable for beginners who’d like to make and bind a ‘proper book’ in a day!