Upcoming Events

16th March 2018

Max will be talking about his new book Vietnam: An Epic Tragedy 1945-1975 at the following venues:

16th September – 3.00pm Chiswick Festival
24th September – 6.30pm City Centre Library, York
25th September – 7.00pm Newcastle City Library
26th September – 6.30pm National Army Museum, London
27th September – 7.00pm Daunt Books, Marylebone High Street, London
28th September – 7.30pm Hungerford Bookshop
29th September – 10.30am Marlborough Festival, Wiltshire
1st October – 6.30pm Waterstones, Canterbury
2nd October – 7.30pm Warwick Words History Festival
3rd October – 6.45pm How to Academy, Conway Hall, London
4th October – 12.30pm Henley Festival
5th October – 12.00pm Theatre Royal, Bath
5th October – 4.30pm Malvern Festival of Military History
6th October – 6.00pm BBC History Festival, Winchester
7th October – 12.30pm Wimbledon Festival
8th October – 8.00pm Guildford Festival
9th October – 7.00pm Times Plus, News UK Building, London Bridge, London
10th October – 7.00pm Sherborne History Festival
11th October – 11.00am Cheltenham Literary Festival
15th October – The Smithsonian, Washington DC
17th October – Omar Bradley Memorial Lecture, US Army Heritage Centre, Carlisle, Pennsylvania (evening)
26th October – 6.30pm Wells Festival
27th October – 11.00am Wantage Festival
29th October – 7.00pm Times+ Event, News UK Building
30th October – 7.00pm Jewish Book Week, King’s Place, London
4th November – 3.00pm Petworth Literary Festival
14th November – 7.00pm University of East Anglia International Festival
15th November – 7.30pm Village Books, Dulwich at Alleyn’s School
23rd November – Horris Hill Theatre lecture, Long Gallery, Englefield (evening)
25th November – 11.30am Cambridge Winter Festival
25th November – 3.00pm Topping & Co, Ely
27th November – 8.00pm Topping & Co, Bath
23rd January – 7.30pm Hungerford Historical Association, Corn Exchange, Hungerford

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