Literary events in London

Here are some literary events in London. Other literary places worth visiting are the houses where John Keats, Samuel Johnson and Charles Dickens lived, and the exhibition of historic manuscripts inside the British Library. Or how about watching one of William Shakespeare’s plays inside the Globe Theatre?

Literary events in October

Here are some interesting literary events taking place in London this October

Craig recommends… The Charles Dickens Museum is definitely worth a visit, and I also enjoyed a guided tour around the Globe Theatre. There are some interesting manuscripts and historical letters at the British Library that are worth a look.

Globe Theatre

Globe Theatre Have a tour of William Shakespeare's Globe Theatre on Bankside, and learn what life was like for the 16th-century playwright.
Fleet Street

Fleet Street Walk in the footsteps of Dr Samuel Johnson, exploring the area around Fleet Street where he used to live in a guided tour.
The City

The City This guided walk will take you around some of the streets and locations that Charles Dickens used within his novels.
Museum of Childhood

to Museum of Childhood 'A Lifetime in Stories' will explore the work of Michael 'War Horse' Morpurgo, one of the Britain's best-loved authors.

Literary events in November

If you’re into literature then you might like to try one of these November events

Roy Strong at Victoria & Albert Museum

V&A Former V&A Museum director Roy Strong will be talking to Tristram Hunt about his career and publication of his diaries.

Literary events in December

Readers and writers alike might be interested in one of these literary events in December

Matt Lucas at Olivier Theatre

Olivier Theatre 'Little Britain' star Matt Lucas will be talking about his memoir 'Little Me' at the National Theatre, followed by a book signing.
 
 
 
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