Simon Clark is an acclaimed horror and fantasy fiction writer with over 25 books to his name. On Friday evening 20th May at Camberley Theatre from 8.30pm – 9.30pm, Simon will talk about Monsters & Mysteries, welcoming you to the darkside.
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Local novelist, Miriam Wakerly, is highly regarded for her understanding of gypsies and travellers. Miriam’s website has details of her books along with extensive reviews of them. Miriam also contributes to her blog – Miriam’s Ramblings.
Miriam’s talk is on Friday 20th May at the Camberley Theatre: 7.0pm – 8.0pm Continue reading
Rusty Firmin is an ex-SAS officer, of whose exploits in the Iranian Embassy siege prime minister Mrs Thatcher said, “Courage, and confidence — a brilliant operation. It made us all — all — proud to be British.” Rusty’s book, Go! Go! Go! was reviewed in the Times.
Rusty’s talk is on Friday 20th May, at the Camberley Theatre, from 5.opm – 6.0pm. Continue reading
Sharon Cross is the curator of the Surrey Heath Museum, and is a source of much knowledge about Surrey Heath. Her talk on Our Home Front is at the Camberley Theatre: 3.30pm – 4.30pm on Friday 20th May.
Residents look forward to Sharon’s annual museum exhibitions of Surrey Heath life, such as West End. The Museum hosts exhibitions, such as that of the life of local naturalist George Lodge. A small collection of the images on the Home Front, from the Museum collection, will be on display in the Camberley Theatre foyer. Continue reading
Marion Dante was interviewed on the BBC Radio 4 Saturday Live’s Topical Stories discussing her experiences. Her biography of time as a nun and returning to the world outside the convent, uncovers the personal doubts and questioning of accepted certainties. Marion’s talk is at the Camberley Theatre on Friday 20th May at 2.0pm – 3.0pm. Continue reading
Matt Whyman is a prize-winning, and prolific novelist. He’s also widely known for his work as an advice columnist for numerous teenage magazines. Matt’s talk is on Friday 20th May at the Camberley Theatre between 12.30pm – 1.30pm
Matt has worked for the British Council in Russia, and the Middle East teaching creative writing. Matt is featured among on their Contemporary Writers database of the most important living writers. Continue reading
Hayley Long is an author of adult and teen fiction. Hayley’s talk is on Friday 20th May at the Camberley Theatre, from 11.0am – 12 noon. Her Lottie Biggs character explores all of the confusions of growing teenage girls. Her third novel about Lottie Biggs is in progress and due for publication later this year. Her author’s agent – Pollinger Ltd – amuses with their description of Hayley. Continue reading