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Kent Life recommends: Folkestone Book Festival (2-10 November 2012)

PUBLISHED: 18:56 22 October 2012 | UPDATED: 22:06 20 February 2013

Kent Life recommends: Folkestone Book Festival (2-10 November 2012)

Kent Life recommends: Folkestone Book Festival (2-10 November 2012)

Remember, remember the 5th of November - it's going to be an explosive night of Kent literary talent at the Folkestone Book Festival as it includes Kent Life bloggers, the novelists Truda Thurai and Maggie Harris

Folkestone Book Festival, 2-10 November 2012


Kent Life says - remember, remember thefifth of November its going to be an explosive night of Kent literary talent at the Folkestone Book Festival, as it stars two of this magazines fab bloggers!


Join novelists Truda Thurai and Maggie Harris from 5pm at Quarterhouse, Folkestone to hear what inspires them to write, at home and away


Truda Thurais first novel The Devil Dancers is set in 1950s Ceylon and is based on family memories of life in what is now Sri Lanka.http://www.thedevildancers.com/id35.html


Maggie Harris is the author of Kiskadee Girl, a memoir of growing up in Guyana and a short story collection, Canterbury Tales on a Cockcrow Morning, and a poet.


http://folkestonebookfest.com/


TICKETS


5pm, Monday 5 November


Quarterhouse


6.50/5.50 FRIENDS/4.50 (conc.)


GET IN TOUCH


Quarterhouse Box Office
Quarterhouse,
Mill Bay,
Folkestone, Kent
CT20 1BN


BOX OFFICE OPENING
Mon Fri 9am 5pm
Sat 10am 5pm
Telephone 01303 858 500
If the line is busy, please leave a message with your name and telephone number and one of the Box Office team will contact you as soon as possible.


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