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BERNARD CORNWELL with DAN SNOW

For one night only, Bernard Cornwell will share the stage with TV historian and author Dan Snow to discuss his life, work and latest book, Fools and Mortals.


Bernard Cornwell OBE is one of the world’s bestselling authors having won legions of fans for his novels about Napoleonic Wars rifleman, Richard Sharpe. For one night only, Bernard Cornwell will share the stage with TV historian and author Dan Snow to discuss his life, work and latest book, Fools and Mortals.

In a dramatic departure for the author, Bernard takes us into the heart of the Elizabethan era, long one of his favourite periods of British history.

After the show, there will be a chance to meet Bernard, buy Fools and Mortals and have it signed.

All proceeds will support the charity Age Unlimited, which provides help for young people with no prospects and the elderly who find themselves alone and unaided.


Speaker(s):

Mr Bernard Cornwell OBE | talks
Mr Dan Snow | talks

 

Date and Time:

18 October 2017 at 8:00 pm

Duration:

TBC

 

Venue:

Bush Hall
310 Uxbridge Rd
London
SN9 5NT
07774164243
http://www.ageunlimited.org.uk
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Organised by:

Age Unlimited
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Tickets:

30

Available from:

All tickets are £30 and are available either from the Bush Hall website or by sending a cheque to Age Unlimited, Avebrick House, Pewsey, Wilts. SN9 5NT.

Additional Information:

If you have any queries, please email nettlefoldfamily@aol.com or call Henrietta on
07774 164 243.

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