From the #LBSW16 press release….
London Book & Screen Week (11 – 17 April, 2016) has announced four new events and an abundance of new partners to round out this year’s programme, which takes place over the capital in a seven day celebration of books and the films, TV and virtual worlds they inspire.
Julian Fellowes will present his new project, Belgravia, his new story published in weekly chapters on a ground-breaking, immersive app, in a special event at The Berkeley. Author of several Sunday Times best-selling novels, screenwriter for the Oscar-winning Gosford Park and The Young Victoria, and creator, writer and executive producer of the multiple award-winning British television series Downton Abbey, he will be in conversation with Jessica Fellowes, author of the official Downton Abbey companion books, about his life and exciting new project.
At Soho House, Dean Street, Rosa Hoskins will discuss her memoir, It’s All Going Wonderfully Well, with Larushka Ivan-Zadeh, film editor at Metro. The book is a revealing portrait of one of the country’s best-loved actors, Bob Hoskins, and a moving story of a close bond between father and daughter. The event will run in partnership with leading events and documentary production company, Fashion on Screen.
Friday 15 April
Growing Up With Bob Hoskins – Rosa Hoskins discusses her moving memoir
Soho House, Dean St (5pm)
Remembering the times they shared together, join Rosa Hoskins in conversation with Larushka Ivan-Zadeh about her memoir, It’s All Going Wonderfully Well, a revealing portrait of one of the country’s best-loved actors, and a moving story of a close bond between father and daughter.
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