Do you like to read? Do you like to meet your favourite authors? You're in luck! For ten days, Cheltenham is home to a plethora of literary events featuring internationally renowned authors and celebrities. Discover the top picks of the Cheltenham Literature Festival and what to wear.
What to wear? Enter our limited edition jacket, featuring a luxurious bouclé tweed with a gold lurex thread running through it, reminiscent of vintage Chanel jackets and finished with a full lining and fringed edges. It elevates good basics like our easycare rollneck made from extrafine merino wool and the classically cut wool-rich trousers. Its flattering long length makes it an appealing option for the festival as it is warm yet sophisticated.
What to see?
Ultimate Autumn Style with Anna Murphy
Discover insider fashion tips and learn how to rejuvenate your wardrobe with The Time's Fashion Director. Finish with a delicious lunch at the sophisticated No. 131 on The Promenade.
The Story of The English Garden
Gardens have undergone huge transformations over the centuries as fashions and usages altered: "They uncover a fascinating story of passion, power and politics." Find out more at The Town Hall.
30 Years of Countryfile
Discussing the longevity of Countryfile, Anita Rani and Adam Henson bring you their favourite moments from the show that has brought the countryside and farm life into our homes for generations.
Emma Freud Meets... David Attenborough
National treasure David Attenborough discusses his new edition of Life on Earth. Need we say more?
Several events over Saturday 6th October taking place across Cheltenham, all which are free. From spoken word to haikus and sake, there is something for everyone!
Lunch with Nadiya Hussain
Everybody's favourite Great British Bake Off winner and regular at the Literature Festival, Nadiya returns to discuss her new TV show and book Nadiya's Family Favourites. Accompanied by lunch at The Daffodil, a beautiful restaurant in a converted Art Deco cinema.
Secret Houses of The Cotswolds
Delve into the intriguing pasts of stunning Cotswold architecture with architectural historian Jeremey Musson.
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