You are invited to a luxury evening of drinks and conversation with Julian Fellowes as he talks about his life, Downton and exciting new project, Belgravia at the luxurious 5* hotel, The Royal Horseguards.
We have teamed up with the renowned novelist, film director and screenwriter, Julian Fellowes, famous for creating the multi-award winning TV series Downton Abbey among others, for an evening of canapes, wine and an exclusive interview at the central London venue.
This one-off chance to hear from the fascinating author and screenwriter will give a real insight into his writing and vision, and provide you with a once-in-a-lifetime chance to meet and ask questions to Julian himself. He set the world alight with his record-breaking creation that became one of the most viewed television series in the world.
Our event on Tuesday 21 June, will take place at The Royal Horseguards hotel on London’s Embankment. The evening will begin with wine and a selection of delicious canapes in the aptly named Reading and Writing Room, which boasts stunning views across the Thames and The Whitehall Gardens. Following this, you will be guded through to the Gladstone Library, which previously belonged to former Prime Minister William Gladstone, and where over 30,000 books line the shelves to this day.
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Enjoy hearing Julian in an exclusive interview with w&h Books Editor Fanny Blake, following which you will have th chance to ask him your own questions and be one of the first to hear him talking about his innovative new project, Belgravia, a brilliant story and a publishing first by Orion, which is available as an app to download from the 14th of April – find out more here.
Tickets to the event on the 21st of June cost just £80 per ticket and include drinks and canapes on the night. The event starts at 6.45pm and goes on to 9.30pm. To buy your tickets simply follow this link here.
We look forward to seeing you there.