Liz Lochhead: A Poet in Full Flight

Liz Lochhead discusses her latest poetry collection, Fugitive Colours, and her play, Thon Man Moliere.

Edinburgh International Book Festival
Tuesday 22 August 2017, 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Tickets from the festival website

Thon Man Molière

Liz Lochhead

Date:  Tuesday 22nd August 2017 3.15pm
Location:  Edinburgh International Book Festival

Harriet Walter on Shakespeare's Gender Politics

One of the top Shakespeareans of our age, Harriet Walter recently played Brutus, Henry IV and Prospero in an all-female trilogy at the Donmar Warehouse. Having already played the Bard’s key heroines, she talks about how she approached the male roles and what choices she had to make.

An event not just for lovers of Shakespeare but anyone who cares about the art of acting. Chaired by Jackie McGlone.

Edinburgh International Book Festival
Sunday 27 August 2017, 3:15pm - 4:15pm
This event is now sold out, but check for returns on the festival website nearer the time

Brutus and Other Heroines - Playing Shakespeare's Roles for Women

Harriet Walter

Date:  Sunday 27th August 2017 3.15pm
Location:  Edinburgh International Book Festival

Peter Nichols at 90

An evening with one of the UK’s greatest living playwrights.

To celebrate his 90th birthday this year, Peter Nichols is joined by one of the key directors of his work, Michael Grandage, and other guests for an evening of conversation and readings illustrated by material from his fascinating archive - housed at the British Library.

British Library
22 September 2017, 19:00-20:30
Tickets available from the British Library website.

Diaries 1969-1977, Passion Play, So Long Life

Peter Nichols

Date:  Friday 22nd September 2017 7.00pm
Location:  British Library, London