Do Something Different at Greenwich Book Festival
At GBF, we try hard to offer some one-off opportunities, sometimes specific to our magnificent Greenwich site, sometimes unique to the distinctive character of our London neighbourhood.
This year, you could have a swim at Charlton Lido and then hear authors talk about their swimming books (bit.ly/gbflido). Or you could follow in the footsteps of mudlarks on the foreshore of the Thames and then hear about mudlarking discoveries by the author Ted Sandling (bit.ly/gbfmudlark). Victorian history buffs will be able to a special festival-only tour of Victorian Greenwich with author Christopher Winn (bit.ly/gbfvictour). Music fans can take in a talk – with some tunes – by the Greenwich-raised Squeeze founder Chris Difford (bit.ly/gbfdifford). Quiz enthusiasts can put their knowledge to the test in our South of the River Quiz (bit.ly/gbfquiz18).
Children can create stories in Malcolm the campervan, parked right in the middle of our festival site (bit.ly/gbfmalcolm). They can learn how to make awesome comics with Neill Cameron (bit.ly/gbfcomics18). Author and illustrator Matt Carr will teach the kids how to make bats and spiders (bit.ly/gbfcarr). Or they can learn how to write graphic novels with Antony Johnston (bit.ly/gbfgraphic). Fans of bugs and other creepy crawlers should be sure to see Christopher Lloyd talk about them (bit.ly/gbfbugs).
Doing something different is not something new for our 2018 festival. In the past we’ve had architectural tours at our historic Old Royal Naval College site, a violin recital and book reading at St. Alfege’s Church and a run through Greenwich Park.
Do something different at the Greenwich Book Festival. You won’t be disappointed.
To see a list of all the amazing events available at Greenwich Book Festival, go to bit.ly/gbftix2018