News: Peter James’ bestseller Looking Good Dead to make stage premiere

Following the news this week that his latest Roy Grace novel, Find Them Dead, has gone straight to No.1 in the UK Book charts, Peter James and producer Joshua Andrews are delighted to announce the World Premiere stage production of the Peter James novel Looking Good Dead. The production will open at the Glasgow Theatre... Continue Reading →

News: Actress Phina Oruche announces second children’s book tackling racism

Phina Oruche (Anthony and Taken Down, BBC; Footballers’ Wives, ITV) has turned her hand to a different kind of storytelling during the Covid-19 lockdown. The result is a series of children’s books aimed at inspiring and educating her young son. The second book in the series, Jacopo Jacopo on Lockdown, explores the difficult and timely... Continue Reading →

News: The Barn Theatre announces an evening with Michael Morpurgo

The Barn Theatre in Cirencester have announced that they will stream an exclusive question and answer session with internationally best-selling author Michael Morpurgo on Saturday 16 May at 7:30pm. The event, which will be hosted by Barn Theatre Artistic Director Iwan Lewis, will see Morpurgo discuss his ongoing relationship with the theatre which began with their 2019 production of Daniel Buckroyd’s stage adaptation of Morpurgo’s The Butterfly... Continue Reading →

News: Alexandra Palace’s Children’s Literature Festival Bibliobuzz moves Online for 2020

Alexandra Park and Palace Charitable Trust has joined forces with Waterstones Children’s Laureate Cressida Cowell and six celebrated children’s authors: Aisha Bushby, Kirsty Applebaum, Helen Peters, Rebecca Westcott, Stewart Foster and Thomas Taylor  to deliver the finale of the annual Bibliobuzz reading initiative online from 4 – 15 May. Since January, hundreds of young people aged nine... Continue Reading →

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