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UK Book Tour for The Burning Chambers

Durham Book Festival

Date: Saturday 13 October 2018
Time: 1.30pm
Venue: Durham Town Hall, Market Place, Durham DH1 3NJ

Description: Kate Mosse returns to Durham to discuss the latest instalment in her bestselling sequence of novels set against the backdrop of 300 years of history, from 16th century France to 19th century South Africa.

Tickets: £8/6, available online or call the box office on 03000 266 600.
Web link: http://durhambookfestival.com/programme/event/kate-mosse-the-burning-chambers/


Ilkley Literature Festival

Date: Saturday 13 October 2018
Time: 7.45pm
Venue: Ilkley Playhouse, Weston Rd, Ilkley LS29 8DW

Description:The bestselling author of Labyrinth and co-founder of the Women’s Prize for Fiction brings the first novel in her new epic historical series to Ilkley. Set in sixteenth century Languedoc, it offers stories of love, loss, adventure, a priceless relic and two families: one Catholic, the other Protestant. Kate Mosse talks about what inspired her to write a trilogy spanning three centuries and countless countries.

Tickets: £7/5, available online or call the box office on 01943 816714.
Web link: http://www.ilkleyliteraturefestival.org.uk/events/215-kate-mosse-the-burning-chambers


Manchester Literature Festival

Date: Sunday 14 October 2018
Time: 3pm
Venue: The Midland, 16 Peter Street, Manchester M60 2DS

Description: Join us for afternoon tea, and to hear Kate discuss her latest novel with author and MLF Patron Erica Wagner.

Tickets: £28 (includes sandwiches, a selection of cakes & tea/coffee), available online or call the box office on 0843 208 0500.
Web link: http://www.manchesterliteraturefestival.co.uk/events/afternoon-tea-with-kate-mosse-38443 


Being Human: Festival of Humanities

Date: Thursday 15 November 2018
Time: 6.30pm
Venue: Nottingham Contemporary, Weekday Cross, Nottingham NG1 2GB

Description: Championing Women's Voices - To commemorate 100 years of the Suffrage Movement, join international bestselling novelist and co-founder of the Women’s Prize for Fiction, Kate Mosse and Director of Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, Sandeep Mahal in conversation about Kate’s new novel, The Burning Chambers, and about the origins and future of the Women’s Prize for Fiction which celebrates outstanding and brilliant fiction written by women from all over the world.

Tickets: Free but tickets must be reserved.
Web link: https://beinghumanfestival.org/event/championing-womens-voices/


The Huguenot Museum

Date: Saturday 24 November 2018
Time: 2.30pm
Venue: The Huguenot Museum, 95 High Street, Rochester, Kent ME1 1LX

Description: Celebrated writer Kate Mosse talks about her new best-selling novel The Burning Chambers, a gripping tale of love and betrayal set against the backdrop of the Wars of Religion in 16th century France. The Burning Chambers is the first of an exciting new historical series of novels, spanning three centuries and sweeping from Carcassonne and Toulouse to South Africa, via Paris, Amsterdam and London.

Tickets: £10 (includes admission to the Museum), available online or call the box office on 01634 789347.
Web link: http://huguenotmuseum.org/event/authors-talk-kate-mosse/


Other events with Kate Mosse

Celebrate with... Kate Mosse at the Cheltenham Literature Festival

Date: Friday 12 October 2018
Time: 11am
Venue: Hotel du Vin, Parabola Rd, Cheltenham GL50 3AH

Description:Raise a glass with Kate Mosse as she revisits Labyrinth – the first instalment of her multi-million Languedoc Trilogy – in this very special event. Chaired by Clare Clark.

Tickets: Tickets £30 (includes two glasses of fizz and nibbles), available online or call the box office on 01242 850270
Web link: https://www.charleston.org.uk/event/i-am-heathcliff-kate-mosse/

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