Upcoming Events

18th January 2019

This year Max will be talking about his book VIETNAM An Epic Tragedy 1945-1975 at the following venues: 

31 May – Hay Festival
26 June – Chalke Valley Festival for Schools
29 June – Chalke Valley Festival (main event)
7 July – Winchester Festival, 5pm
13 July – Buxton Festival, 2pm
16 August – Edinburgh Festival

Previous events for Vietnam:

16 September – Chiswick Festival
24 September – Waterstones, York – Explore Library
25 September – Waterstones, Newcastle –City Library
26 September – National Army Museum – lecture
27 September – Daunt Books, Marylebone High St.
28 September – Hungerford Bookshop event
29 September – Marlborough Festival
1 October – Waterstones, Canterbury
2 October – Warwick Words History Festival
3 October – How to Academy, Conway Hall
4 October – Henley Festival
5 October – Bath Theatre Royal event
5 October – Malvern History Festival
6 October – BBC History Weekend, Winchester
7 October – Wimbledon Festival
8 October – Guildford Festival
10 October -Sherborne History Festival
11 October – Cheltenham Literary Festival
26 October – Wells Festival
27 October- Wantage Festival
29 October – Times Plus, Islington Assembly Hall
30 October – Jewish Book Week, King’s Place, London
4 November – Petworth Literary Festival, Johnson Centre, Seaford College
14 November – University of East Anglia International Festival
15 November –  Great Hall, Alleyn’s School, Dulwich
23 November – Horris Hill Theatre lecture, Long Gallery, Englefield
25 November – Cambridge Winter Festival, The Babbage Lecture Theatre
25 November – Topping & Co, St Peter’s Church, Ely
27 November – Topping & Co, Christ Church, Bath
10 December – 6.30pm Waterstones, Durham

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