Book Buzz 2019
Book Buzz - Bexley’s second Literary Festival – will be taking place from 16 February to 2 March 2019.
We have put together a packed programme of events and activities across the fortnight. There is something for everyone – adults, children, teens and families.
We’ll have storytellers, theatre performances, animation and drama workshops, and lots of craft sessions for children to enjoy over half term. Look out for visits from special guests such as Peter Rabbit, Maisy Mouse and Kipper too.
For adults, we will be having visits from best-selling authors including Stella Duffy, Lindsey Davis, Mike Gayle, David Hewson, Jean Fullerton, Alison Weir, Charlie Connelly, Stuart Clark and Nick Barratt. The celebrated poet, Wendy Cope will also be coming along.
There will also be workshops on creative writing, film-making and how to get published plus much more.
The programme for the Book Buzz Literary Festival is now available.
Pick up a copy from your local library now.
You can book your FREE tickets for all the Book Buzz events and activities here
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Additional events now added to the programme
Will Mountain will be holding a pyrography workshop at Welling Library on Tuesday 26 February from 2.30pm – 4pm.
Come along and learn how to burn your own personal designs onto wooden objects. Choose from our stencils and designs or draw your own art on wood before etching. Pyrography is a fun hobby and a great way to make gifts!
The workshop is suitable for people aged 14 and over.
There’s no need to book – just come along and join in the fun!
Love Food, Hate Waste workshops
Come along to one of our free cookery demonstrations to find out about simple, tasty, cheap, healthy dishes that you can easily make at home. You’ll also get some tips, hints and advice on how to save money, waste less and make your food go further.
There will be a workshop at Erith Library on Monday 25 February at 2pm and another at Sidcup Library on Tuesday 26 February at 12.30pm.
Tickets are FREE but must be booked in advance.