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The Times Cheltenham Literature Festival

With its signature blend of award winning writers, world-renowned thinkers and international star names The Times Cheltenham Literature Festival is a hotbed of debate and discussion with a unique regency style. In this year’s literary line-up Man Booker Prize winners rub shoulders with the finest classically trained actors, whilst top class comedians appear alongside leading political figures. With more than 450 writers and over 350 events this promises to be an exhilarating ten day celebration of the written word.

Guests include:
Toni Morrison, Ian Rankin, Kate Adie, Patrick Stewart, Richard Attenborough, Simon Schama, David Starkey, Antony Sher, Terry Jones, Tony Robinson, Sandi Toksvig, Dawn French, Simon Armitage, Clive James, Ruth Rendell, Alexander McCall Smith, Bruce Parry, Ray Mears, Roger Moore, Tony Curtis, John Barrowman, Charley Boorman, Alexei Sayle, Mark Thomas and many more!

The Times Cheltenham Literature Festival, 10 - 19 October 2008
For more information visit http://cheltenhamfestivals.com/
Or call the box office on 0844 576 7979

Posted : 15/09/2008 16:07:00

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