Tuesday 21st September
Lindum Books Talk: Lucy Adlington
Lincoln LN2 1LP, 7pm

The dress historian joins Lindum Books at The Collection to discuss her new book The Dressmakers of Auschwitz, telling the true story of the women who sewed to survive. Tickets from £7.
01522 262374

Thursday 23rd September
John Lydon: I Could Be Wrong
Lincoln LN2 1JJ, 7.30pm

The former Sex Pistol and PiL frontman visits New Theatre Royal Lincoln to talk about his life and career, and will be taking audience questions during this pyrotechnic, one-off tour. Tickets £30.
01522 519999

Wednesday 29th September
Lindum Books Talk: Dan Jones
Lincoln LN2 1LP, 7pm

The historian returns to Lincoln to discuss his new book Powers and Thrones, which tells nothing less than the story of how the world we know today came to be built. Tickets from £7.
01522 262374

Monday 4th October
Lindum Books Talk: James Holland
Lincoln LN2 1LP, 7pm

The historian joins Lindum Books at The Collection to talk about Brothers in Arms, which brings to life the story of one of the greatest tank regiments. Tickets from £7.
01522 262374

Tuesday 5th October
Literature at Lunchtime: Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath
Stamford PE9 2DL, 12.30pm

The short love story of these two renowned poets has overshadowed a balanced evaluation of their poetry. Talk presented by Dr Jane Mackay at Stamford Arts Centre. Tickets £6.50.
01780 763203

Saturday 9th October
Lindum Books Talk: Bella Ellis
Lincoln LN2 1LP, 7pm

The author visits Lincoln to discuss The Diabolical Bones, the second in her new series which imagines the Brontë sisters in investigative adventures. At The Collection. Tickets from £7.
01522 262374

Tuesday 19th October
Lindum Books Talk: Lucy Mangan
Lincoln LN2 1LP, 7pm

The author of Bookworm, the acclaimed personal memoir of children’s literature, joins Lindum Books to discuss her debut novel Are We Having Fun Yet? At The Collection. Tickets from £7.
01522 262374

Friday 22nd October
Sir Ranulph Fiennes – Living Dangerously
Scunthorpe DN15 7RG, 7.30pm

Light-hearted and strikingly poignant, Living Dangerously offers a journey through Sir Ranulph’s life, spanning early childhood, army life, the Transglobe Expedition and his current Global Reach Challenge. At Baths Hall. Tickets £37.25.
01724 290640

All information correct at time of going to print. Events subject to change due to current Covid-19 advice and restrictions. Please check dates and times for all events using the venue contact details before travelling.

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