October is a popular month for literary festivals, with some of the best-loved names in the literary world coming together and attending festivals across the country.
For three days between 12th and 14th October, join Pam Ayres, Jonathan Dimbleby, Sonia Purnell. Edna O’Brien and Aslan the lion as you are taken on a literary journey throughout the ages.
There is plenty of fun for all the family including a choice of inspirational and creative workshops, interviews, orchestral performances and even a rock-opera based on the Chronicles of Narnia.
Fans of Charles Dickens should not miss out on the authorâ€™s event hosted by John Sutherland and John Crace as well as the presentation by Chris Walters. Those looking for something wacky should attend the hilarious event titled Britainâ€™s Most Eccentric Sports.Â Visit www.talfestival.org for a more detailed schedule of events book your tickets while theyâ€™re still available.
The festival concludes with a night of music and comedy at the Barns Centre on Sunday 14th and includes performances by a range of different artists.
Lovers of literature and the arts will enjoy every minute of this wonderful annual event. Held in the historic and vibrant market town of Thame, it is just 40 miles from central London and 12 miles from Oxford.