Tag: Holly Bourne events

Holly Bourne appearances this summer

A few of you have been asking where you can see Holly this summer,
so we’ve pulled together a handy list below for you. Let us know if you’re
going to any!

YALC

Welcome to Camp Reset: an origami workshop

Be kind to
yourself today and start your Sunday at a slower pace at Usborne YA’s Camp
Reset. We’ll teach you how to create messages of kindness in a laid back
origami workshop based on Holly Bourne’s brand new – and exclusively available
at YALC! – book Are We All Lemmings and Snowflakes? Because
Kindness is contagious, and Holly Bourne wants to show you how.

Sunday 29th July

11.00 – 11.45

Real World, Real Me

Sunday 29th July

13.00 – 13.45

Edinburgh Festival

Holly Bourne & Cat Clarke: Finding Resolve

Thursday 16th August, 17.30

Holly Bourne: Writing for Resilience Workshop

Friday 17th August 10.30am

Looking forward to seeing you out there!

Meet Holly Bourne on the How Hard Can Love Be? tour

To celebrate the release of How Hard Can Love Be? Holly will be touring the UK and Ireland and she wants to meet YOU.

All public events are listed here, with more to be added soon, so stay tuned!

SPINSTER SUNDAY with Holly Bourne

Sunday 7th February, from 1pm at St Annes Place, Lytham St Annes

An afternoon of events to
celebrate friendship, feminism and frankly brilliant books. Hosted by Storytellers Inc this empowering
afternoon is sure to pass the Bechdel test with a fantastic line-up of current
teen/YA authors including Non Pratt, Keris Stainton, Sara Barnard, Natasha Farrant and Jenny Maclachan.

A SPINSTER CLUB EVENING at Easons

Thursday 11th February, 6pm at Easons O’Connell Street, Dublin

Join Holly for an evening of book chat, a reading and Q&A plus lots of other fun activities.

There will be CHEESY WOTSITS!

YA SPEAKEASY

Tuesday 23rd February, 7pm at Drink, Shop, Do, London

Join Holly, fellow Usborne author Kathryn Evans, Eve Ainsworth and Nicci Cloke for readings, cocktails, an utterly ridiculous short story challenge and book signings.

Tickets are free – book your place via Eventbrite.

WORLD BOOK DAY TEENFEST LIVE

Wednesday 2nd March, 6pm at Stratford East Picturehouse, London

Join Holly, Juno Dawson and Sara Barnard for an awesome night of books, writing and creativity at World
Book Day’s first ever live premiere for teens.

Hosted by performance poet, author and playwright LEMN SISSAY. 

Tickets £3 (available via the Picturehouse website)


VERY SPECIAL EVENT IN MANCHESTER – to be announced soon

Sunday 6th March

Stay tuned for more on this soon!

OXFORD LITERARY FESTIVAL

Saturday 2nd April, 5pm

Three of the very best writers for YA, Sarah Crossan, Sita
Brahmachari and Holly Bourne join forces for a session guaranteed to
entertain, to inspire, and to provoke debate and laughter.

Tickets are available via the festival’s website.