Ebury will have a strong presence at Latitude Festival once again this year, with the return of the haven of literary tranquility which is the Ebury Library and Bookshop, with shelves packed with books for festival goers to browse and buy and a programme of practical workshops delivered by Ebury authors.
Visitors to the stand can unwind by taking part in our Yoga and Relaxation workshops delivered by Ebury’s Lucy Edge and Virgin’s Tony Wrighton respectively; enjoy Foraging Workshops with Miles Irving and take part in daily Travellers’ Tales storytelling sessions hosted by Emma Kennedy, Stuart Maconie, Henry Worsley and Tony Wrighton.
We’re celebrating Ebury Press’s 50th anniversary in style with an old-school birthday party led by the doyenne of organised fun, Josie Curran, complete with musical statues, pass the parcel and pin the tail on the donkey. We’ll also be holding a games tournament in honour of Dave Gorman vs. The Rest of the World.
Additionally, we have an impressive line-up of authors appearing in the Literary Arena and on the Sunday Times Stage: Stuart Maconie, Rory McGrath, Louise Wener, Arianne Cohen, Henry Worsley, Mark Thomas and Ben Okri.
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