Tuesday: Women Power & Revolution
06:30 PM on Tuesday 24 April at the Book Bar
Join an exceptional panel of inspiring women as they discuss power, womanhood and what revolution means to them today. The panel includes co-founder of the Women’s Equality Party and 2018 WPFF judge Catherine Mayer, broadcaster, writer and campaigner June Sarpong, and bestselling author Kit de Waal.
Wednesday: Baileys Cocktail Masterclass
6:30 PM on Wednesday 25 April at the Book Bar
The Baileys Treat Collective coffee expert Celeste Wong will also be hosting an evening workshop in the Baileys Book Bar. As one of London's top baristas, Celeste is the perfect person to show you how to create deliciously indulgent coffee and Baileys cocktails to impress your friends at home.
Thursday: Emily Brontë @ 200
6:30 PM on Thursday 26 April at the Book Bar
Celebrating 200 years since the birth of Emily Brontë in 1818, a panel of Brontë enthusiasts – including Lily Cole, Juno Dawson, Louise Doughty and Dorothy Koomson – will talk about their love of Emily Brontë's only novel Wuthering Heights and why the Brontë sisters continue to exert such a powerful influence on writing today. The evening will also offer an exclusive preview of the new anthology I Am Heathcliff, which contains sixteen original short stories inspired by Wuthering Heights – due to be published by The Borough Press in July 2018.
Friday: Queens of Comedy
6:30 PM on Friday 27 April at the Book Bar
Celebrate the best of female comedy with an evening paying homage to witty writing. Join some of the UK’s top female comedians and writers including bestselling author Jenny Colgan and journalist, writer and comedian Viv Groskop for this special finale event.
For more info about the Women’s Prize for Fiction and details of the Baileys Book Bar events, head to www.womensprizeforfiction.co.uk
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23 Apr 18 – 27 Apr 18, Event times vary