5pm-6pm CHILDREN’S FESTIVAL Clare Balding
Clare Balding launches The Racehorse Who Disappeared, her second brilliant adventure story about young heroine Charlie Bass and her hilarious family of humans and animals. It’s an aspirational story about overcoming adversity and following your dreams, subjects close to Clare’s heart. Clare will share tales of growing up surrounded by animals and stories from the Olympians and Paralympians she has met during her remarkable career. Expect lots of audience interaction and lots of time for questions.
Supported by Young Veterinary Practice
St Michael & All Angels Church, £4
7:30pm-8:30pm A Life in the Day
Author and journalist Hunter Davies talks about his new memoir, which covers living in London in the 1960s, becoming editor of Britain’s first ‘colour supp’, The Sunday Times Magazine; befriending The Beatles; and interviewing the biggest names in television, film and theatre. Hunter also reflects on his years spent with the love of his life – the bestselling writer Margaret Forster – and life without her. This memoir follows The Co-Op’s Got Bananas! which was about his childhood. Chaired by Roger Bolton of Radio 4’s Feedback.
Supported by the University of West London
Bar open from 6:45pm
The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Theatre, ArtsEd, 14 Bath Road, W4 1LY, £10