Get half price tickets to see Julian Fellowes in conversation

Your chance to hear Julian Fellowes talk about Downton Abbey and his new book Belgravia

Downton Abbey may no longer be on our screens but its creator, Julian Fellowes, has more period projects up his sleeve.

As part of London Book & Screen Week, Fellowes will be in conversation with his niece, curator Jessica Fellowes who wrote companion books to Downton and recently curated an exhibition of period silver in honour of the show at London Silver Vaults.

The event will give fans of Downton Abbey, and of Fellowe’s recently aired ITV drama Doctor Thorne, a rare opportunity to meet the writer and obtain an early insight into his new episodic story Belgravia, which will be lauching as an app.

In a modern take on a tradition that dates back to Dickens, Fellowes will be releasing Belgravia in installments. Each chapter will be released via an app with a hardback to follow in June. True to his trademark style, the novel is a high-society romp of glamour and intrigue.

Tickets to the evening, which takes place at The Berkeley Hotel in London, include a glass of champagne and a subscription to the novel. H&A readers can purchase tickets for the special price of £10 (usual price £20) when you quote HA1841 at the checkout.

An evening with Julian Fellowes starts at 6pm on 12th April at The Berkeley, Wilton Place, London, SW1X 7RL. To buy tickets click here

Words: Kat Morris

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