WBF17 Programme Final - page 20

WIMBLEDON BOOKFEST
2015
20
BOOK TICKETS AT
SUN 8
OCTOBER
WIMBLEDON
COMMONWALK
Learn more about the social and
natural history of Wimbledon & Putney
Commons with Simon Lee, the Commons’
Chief Executive, and Bill Rowland, Senior
Keeper. Simon and Bill will take the group
on a walk, highlighting areas of particular
interest, and telling little known stories.
The walk will end back at the Windmill
car park.
Meet at the Ranger’s Office (Windmill
Road, Wimbledon Common, SW19 5NR)
WIMBLEDON COMMON
Sunday 8 October
10am-11.30am, £10
ALICE TAIT
Alice Tait, writer and entrepreneur,
will teach participants how to create
illustrations alongside a telling of her
book.
No, Nancy, No!
is the story of a
mischievous little girl and her long-
suffering dachshund, Roger. Follow their
adventure past London’s signature sights,
from Buckingham Palace to the Tower
of London, the London Eye and beyond.
Suitable: Age 5+
WILLIAMMORRIS TENT
Sunday 8 October
10.30am, £10
Accompanying adult (ticket
required)
C H I L D R E N ’ S E V E N T
JIGSAWPLAYERS
Praised as ‘magnificent’ by Vladimir
Jurowski, Jigsaw Players are a compelling
group of professional musicians who
have been bringing exceptional classical
concerts, jazz concerts and educational
projects to the Merton area. Today’s
programme,
Music Begins Where Words
End
, intertwines music by Bach, Prokofiev
and Schumann with works by Plato,
Shakespeare, Baudelaire and Tolstoy.
BAILLIE GIFFORD BIG TENT
Sunday 8 October
10.30am, £10
M U S I C E V E N T
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