October 23, 2013, 10:34 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Throughout November, the London borough of Richmond plays host to a vibrant programme of literary events in the month-long Richmond Literature Festival, with something for all tastes and all ages, says LondonTown.com.
Visiting writers include Thatcher biographer Charles Moore, chef Allegra McEvedy, journalist Max Hastings and bestselling author Daisy Waugh. There will also be plenty of activities for children, including a tea party for under fives and a visit from much-loved writer Shirley Hughes, plus themed events on crime fiction and desert-island books, dance performances in Richmond public library, beat boxing and advice on getting published.
This annual event also provides the opportunity to enjoy events in some of the area's beautiful historic buildings such as Garrick's temple (a classical riverside folly built for 18 th century actor David Garrick), Marble Hill House, Strawberry Hill House and Hampton Court Palace . A full list of venues and prices can be found at www.richmondliterature.com.
The Richmond Literature Festival runs from 1-30 November. Visitors to Richmond can find, and book, cheap London hotels via LondonTown.com.
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