Wimbledon BookFest features in Sir Lenny Henry documentary
Sir Lenny’s World Book Day event captured on film for One of a Kind
Wimbledon BookFest Partners with the Lahore Literary Festival
Free tickets for Merton residents at Wimbledon BookFest
Partnership with Merton Libraries brings free events to selected postcode areas
BookFest Announces Word Up! Events For Schools
Wimbledon BookFest has announced its celebrated Word Up! programme of events for schools – welcoming some of the UK’s leading children’s authors to the New Wimbledon Theatre this autumn.
The Merton Big Read: Connecting community through books
Wimbledon BookFest – in partnership with Merton Libraries – has launched Merton’s first ever Big Read; a shared reading scheme which aims to connect the local community through books and stories.
Wimbledon BookFest, London’s leading arts and culture festival, announces 2023 line-up with community and big ideas at its heart
Wimbledon BookFest, London’s leading literary festival, returns for its sixteenth year this autumn with 10 days of thought-provoking, inspiring and entertaining events focussed on culture, community and global connection.
A Q&A with Joy Kluver, author and creator of Murder in Merton crime writing events and workshops
Joy Kluver has written three DI Bernadette ‘Bernie’ Noel books – ‘Last Seen’, ‘Broken Girls’ and ‘Left For Dead’ The series was shortlisted for Best New Kid on the Block (best new series) in the Dead Good Reader Awards 2022.
Mayor of London Addresses Local State School Students
Six hundred students from state schools across Merton and Wandsworth had the chance to experience undergraduate life for themselves on Wednesday 24 May – joining us on campus for our ‘Introduction to University Day’ in partnership with the University of Roehampton.
Alastair Campbell reveals his Labour slogan for the next general election at Book Tour Launch
Alastair Campbell former political adviser and co-host of the UK’s chart-topping podcast, The Rest is Politics, kick started the tour for his new book ‘But What Can I Do?’ at a packed New Wimbledon Theatre.