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Book events for The Burning Chambers

SOLD OUT - Beeston Library - in association with Five Leaves Bookshop 

Date: Thursday 21 March
Time: 7pm
Venue: Beeston Library, Foster Avenue, Beeston, Nottinghamshire NG9 1AE

Description: An evening with international bestselling author and Co-founder and Chair of the Women's Prize for Fiction, Kate Mosse. Kate joins us live at the library to talk about her latest novel The Burning Chambers.

A special event in association with Five Leaves Bookshop and Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature.

Tickets: £5, available online, or call the box office on 01623 677 200
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York Literature Festival

Date: Friday 22 March
Time: 7pm
Venue: St Peter’s School, Clifton, York YO30 6AB

Description:Bringing 16th century France vividly to life, The Burning Chambers is a gripping story of love and betrayal, mysteries and secrets. Author of six novels and short story collections, including the multi-million selling Languedoc Trilogy, Kate is a champion of women’s creativity and has an OBE for services to literature and women. Join Kate as she discusses exploring romance and mystery in medieval France.

Tickets: £1o, available online, or call the box office on 01904 623568
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Mountains to the Sea Book Festival, Ireland

Date: Friday 29 March
Time: 8.30pm
Venue: dlr Mill Theatre, Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin 16, Dundrum, Dublin, Ireland

Description: Rick O’Shea hosts Hannah Beckerman, John Boyne and Kate Mosse

Join a stellar line up in the company of Rick O’Shea for a conversation about each of these hugely admired novelist’s latest offerings.  Each will shed light on their characters and themes, their influences and the writers who interest them. A very special event for books clubs and individuals who are on the lookout for some great reads; they’ll be guaranteed many additions to their wish lists with the recommendations for must-reads from this impressive panel.

Tickets: €15 (€12 concessions), available online, or call the box office on +353 01 231 2929
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Fishbourne Loves Books

Date: Saturday 30 March
Time: 3.30pm
Venue: St Peter and St Mary Church, Fishbourne, PO19 3XT

Description: Covering 300 years of history, spanning from Languedoc in 1562 to the beautiful mountainous landscape of Franschhoek, bestselling author Kate Mosse will introduce the first novel in this new historical adventure series, The Burning Chambers as well as giving us a taster of what might come next.

Tickets: £25 for day tickets, available online
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De Balie, Amsterdam: Kate Mosse on writing women back into history

Date: Thursday 4 April
Time: 8.30pm
Venue: De Balie, Kleine-Gartmanplantsoen 10, 1017 RR Amsterdam

Description: History books are often about the kings, the generals and the religious leaders, whereas women are written out of it.

One writer who is telling stories of women from the past is British author Kate Mosse, known for her multimillion selling Languedoc Trilogy – Labyrinth, Sepulchre and Citadel – and Gothic fiction. How are authors currently writing women back into the past and present and what responsibility comes with this power?

Together with Kate Mosse and Dutch journalist Brenda Stoter Boscolo, known for her courageous research on the Middle-East and women’s rights, we discuss the telling of stories of women from the past and present, through fiction and non-fiction. How are these writers telling stories and thereby actively creating a new history, each in very different ways?

Tickets: €13 tickets, available online
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Cobra Museum of Modern Art, Amsterdam: Kate Mosse on writing women back into history

Date: Saturday 20 April
Time: 12.00am
Venue: Cobra Museum of Modern Art, Sandbergplein 1, 1181 ZX Amstelveen, The Netherlands

Description: Cobra Museum director Stefan van Raay will be in conversation with world famous author Kate Mosse. This ‘in conversation’ will be in English. Kate Mosse  is currently doing research, in Amsterdam, on the history of the Huguenots, on of the most extraordinary refugee stories in history. Mosse’s interest in the Huguenots and her effort for women’s creativity – she’s Founder Director of the Women’s Prize for Fiction – the largest annual celebration of women’s writing in the world- makes her a perfect guest within the 2019 exhibition programme of the Cobra Museum.

Tickets: Free
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RA Festival of Ideas, Rewriting the past: authors Sarah Dunant and Kate Mosse

Date: Saturday 4 May
Time: 1.30pm
Venue: The Benjamin West Lecture Theatre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts, London W1J 0BD

Description: Acclaimed historical novelists Sarah Dunant and Kate Mosse discuss how the past can shed light on the present.

Can historical fiction reveal a greater truth than history itself; how do you connect a personal story with the collective past; and what can novelists reveal that eludes historians? Two of the UK’s best-selling historical novelists Sarah Dunant, the author of several novels set in Renaissance Italy that explore women’s lives through art, sex and religion, and Kate Mosse, the author of the multimillion-selling Languedoc Trilogy, discuss their very different approaches to their exploration of the past.
This event will be chaired by broadcaster and journalist Alex Clark.

Tickets: £15 (£9), available online or call the box office on 020 7300 8090
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