Join Joanna Trollope for an evening talk on updating Jane Austen for a modern readership, on Wednesday 4th December at 7pm.
In 2013 Joanna Trollope was one of six authors picked to take part in the Austen project; an initiative begun in 2013 by publisher Harper Collins, which saw top contemporary authors reworking Jane’s six completed novels for a modern audience.
Doors open at 7:00pm, and the talk starts at 7:30. You will be able to buy a glass of wine or beer, or a soft drink, and there will be a book signing after the talk.
Location: St John’s Place, Lower Road, Lower Bemerton, Salisbury SP2 9NP
For more information and ticket details please go to: http://bit.ly/UpdatingJaneAusten
Women Mean Business! The Telegraph is hosting the day of action, debate and networking as part of our campaign to boost female entrepreneurship in Britain. Hundreds of top British entrepreneurs and leading female business owners have turned out to discuss ways the workplace can work better for women and how female entrepreneurs can get a better deal.
Women Mean Business! Joanna was there and spent the day in active and lively discussion
Read about this discussion between Joanna, Allison Pearson, Jane Kellock and Julianne Miles: Click Here:
On Tue 22nd January 2019, at 7.30pm, come and listen to Joanna at Warwick Arts Centre, talk about her life, her work and her her latest novel, An Unsuitable Match. Audiences are assured of an excellent view of the stage and comfortable seating in this well-designed auditorium. Click Here for more information.
Wednesday 14th November 2018 at 7.30pm.
Come and join Joanna as she spends the evening at The Storyhouse, Chester. She will be in conversation with Penny Feeney, giving some readings from her latest novel, An Unsuitable Match, as well as signing books. Click Here for more information.
Date: 31 October 2018
Venue: Hilton London, Bankside Hotel
Joanna, together with 30+ high profile speakers, influential business leaders and successful entrepreneurs talks on how to make work work for women.
On October 30th, Jeremy Vine will explore what makes us human with author Joanna in a major BBC Radio 2 series featuring some of the thinkers and writers of our time. This week Joanna will ponder the importance of hope.
Scotland’s independent bookshop welcomes Joanna to their event at Linlithgow Burgh Halls. Joanna will be in conversation with Rosemary Goring. Come and meet Joanna afterwards at her book signing.
For further information, please get in touch:
T: 01506 845509
Atkinson Pryce will be the host when Joanna appears at The Corn Exchange, Biggar, on Monday 26th February 2018, 7.30pm to 8.30pm. Come and hear Joanna and then meet her afterwards at the book signing. Tickets are £7 each and available from Atkinson-Pryce.