**This year’s Tudor themed Fairford Festival of Fiction has been rescheduled to
Saturday 13th June 2021 – we will confirm 2021’s lined up in due course**
2021 line-up to be confirmed:
10am – Children’s author to be confirmed.
12pm – Rachael Stott is a comics artist who’s currently drawing Supergirl for DC. Her previous work includes Doctor Who, Star Trek and Planet of the Apes
1.30pm – Prof. Kate Williams is a familiar face on British television, the presenter of numerous documentary series on royalty, and a pundit on call for royal news. She’s a historian, author and broadcaster with historical fiction and non-fiction to her name, including Rival Queens, on our Tudor theme.
3pm – John Connolly is a bestselling thriller writer, creator of the Charlie Parker series of detective novels, one of which, Book of Bones, is set in St. Mary’s church, Fairford.
4.30pm – Russell T. Davies is the multi-award-winning TV writer, the creator of Years and Years, Queer as Folk, Cucumber and the showrunner who brought back Doctor Who in 2005.
Tickets for the whole day cost £8 (and also give entry to the wider Fairford Festival, with stalls, beer tent, bands and astronomy attractions).