Book events for The Burning Chambers
Chichester Festival Theatre: Lunch with Kate Mosse
Date: Wednesday 27 February
Venue: The Brasserie, Minerva Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester PO19 6AP
Description: Join Cicestrian, CFT biographer and international multi-million selling novelist Kate Mosse at this exclusive 'home' event to celebrate her latest No1 bestseller The Burning Chambers, the first in a major quartet of novels - covering 300 years of history and set against the backdrop of the French Wars of Religion.
Kate will share the inspirations behind her historical and gothic fiction, chat about the challenges of writing the 'official' 50th anniversary history of CFT and share the highs (and occasional lows!) of hosting the pre & post show talks at CFT. There will be a Q&A session over coffee.
Tickets: £39.95, includes two-course lunch with 175ml glass of house wine and coffee. You will also receive an exclusive pre paperback publication first edition copy of The Burning Chambers signed by the author. Tickets are available online or call the box office on 01243 781312.
Web link: https://www.cft.org.uk/whats-on/event/lunch-with-kate-mosse
Date: Tuesday 5 March
Venue: Fareham Library, Osborn Rd, Fareham PO16 7EN
Description: Come and meet bestselling author Kate Mosse who'll be talking about her latest novel, The Burning Chambers.
Tickets: £3, call 0300 555 1387 for information.
Web link: https://www.hants.gov.uk/shop/product.php?productid=52394
Jarrold's Literary Lunch, Norwich
Date: Thursday 7 March
Venue: Top of the Terrace, Norwich City Football Club, Carrow Rd, Norwich NR1 1JE
Description: Join us for one of most popular events of the year! We are delighted to welcome Kate Mosse, Donna Leon and another special guest.
Tickets: £29.50 (includes a 2 course lunch and coffee), available online, from Customer Services, floor 2 at Jarrold's or call 01603 660661.
Web link: https://www.jarrold.co.uk/events-diary/events-list/literary-lunch-spring-19
Words by the Water Festival, Keswick
Date: Friday 8 March
Venue: Main House, Theatre by the Lake, Lakeside, Lake Rd, Keswick CA12 5DJ
Description: Kate Mosse, author of the internationally bestselling Languedoc trilogy, brings sixteenth century France vividly to life in her new novel. The first in a new series of historical novels spanning three hundred years of Huguenot history she explores love, betrayal, conspiracies and divided loyalties.
Tickets: £11, available online, or call the box office on 01768774411
Web link: https://www.wayswithwords.co.uk/festivals/words-by-the-water--the-lake-district-23
York Literature Festival
Date: Friday 22 March
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
Web link: https://yorkliteraturefestival.co.uk/event/kate-mosse-the-burning-chambers/
Mountains to the Sea Book Festival, Ireland
Date: Friday 29 March
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
Web link: http://mountainstosea.ie/events/rick-o%E2%80%99shea-hosts-hannah-beckerman-john-boyne-and-kate-mosse
Fishbourne Loves Books
Date: Saturday 30 March
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
Web link: http://www.fishbournelovesbooks.com/