Month: May 2014

Identity of special guest revealed

We can now reveal the identity of our special guest who will be reading stories for the under 7s in “Start the Day with a Story”. It’s Flamstead’s own Clive Hayward, a West-end and TV actor as well as being

In the news #5: all over the net

As well as being covered in the press the Flamstead Book Festival has a growing online presence too. Here are some of the main sites (all open in new window/tab): Twitter – you can follow us as @FlamsteadBkFest for all the

In the news #4: all over the local press

The Flamstead Book Festival has had coverage throughout the local press in  the last few days – as anticipation builds with just over a week to go – and as two of our authors make the headlines: Tony Parsons is number one

Postal booking ends on May 24th

Postal booking ends soon. After May 24th you will still be able to book tickets online 24×7, in person at the Advance Box Office, or on the day, but no longer by post.

Programme updated to Issue 7

A new version of the Festival Programme has been posted: issue 7. The only change is as follows: Start the Day with a Story. This is going ahead – with a surprise guest or guest reading stories for the under

Postal Booking now open

We have now started taking postal bookings with payment by cheque, for anyone who prefers this method to online booking or coming in person to our Advance Box Office. But it’s only until Saturday May 24th.

Tell your friends about the Festival

Do you think your friends would like to hear about the Festival? If so, why not forward them an email with the key information and a link to the website. You can just send them the following or use it as a

In the news #3: Added Time shortlisted for prestigious award

The Flamstead Book Festival has been in the local news again in the past couple of days, featuring in particular two of our authors: Mark Halsey and Ian Ridley. Of particular interest is that their book “Added Time” has been short-listed

Programme updated to issue 6

A new version of the Festival Programme has been posted: issue 6. The only change is as follows: Start the Day with a Story. We are looking for a new author/story teller for the under 7s to replace the one previously advertised.

In the news #2: Watford Observer

See the Watford Observer Top-selling St Albans authors to headline new book festival article.  

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