Gibraltar Literary Festival 2017

  • 16 - 19 Nov 17
  • Mobile tickets
Past Event
  • Gibraltar: The Greatest Siege in British History
    Roy & Leslie Adkins

    16 Nov 10:00

  • “Lost World: Secrets of a World Heritage Site”
    Clive, Geraldine and Stewart Finlayson

    16 Nov 10:00

  • The Changing Face of Gibraltar in the 20th Century
    Richard Garcia

    16 Nov 12:00

  • The Plagiarist in the Kitchen
    Jonathan Meades

    16 Nov 12:00

  • Representing Gibraltarianness
    M.G Sanchez

    16 Nov 14:00

  • The Makings of a Good Crime Novel
    Robert Daws

    16 Nov 14:00

  • Invisible Threads
    Priscilla Sacramento

    16 Nov 16:00

  • My Husband and I
    Ingrid Seward

    16 Nov 16:00

  • Don't You Just Love Them?
    Gail F Tiron

    16 Nov 18:00

  • Festival Opening Dinner

    16 Nov 19:30

  • In Conversation with Patrick Gale
    Patrick Gale

    17 Nov 10:00

  • Life as Cabinet Secretary
    Ian Beesley

    17 Nov 10:00

  • Mapping the Man behind Mind Mapping
    Ray Keene

    17 Nov 10:00

  • Believing Bullshit
    Stephen Law

    17 Nov 12:00

  • Defending the Rock
    Nick Rankin

    17 Nov 12:00

  • Just Laugh a Minute
    Nicholas Parsons

    17 Nov 12:00

  • The Fire Next Time...
    Maggie Gee & Jacob Ross

    17 Nov 14:00

  • The Holocaust - Meeting those who where there
    Laurence Rees

    17 Nov 14:00

  • 'The Story of Gibraltar' Book Launch
    Christopher Lloyd

    17 Nov 15:00

  • A Conversation with Ann Widdecombe
    Ann Widdecombe

    17 Nov 16:00

  • The Spirit of Falmouth
    Steven Price Brown

    17 Nov 16:00

  • Lessons from the Fridge
    Tony Hawks

    17 Nov 18:00

  • Mixed Cities of the Mediterranean, from Aleppo to Gibraltar
    Philip Mansel

    17 Nov 18:00

  • Only Connect: A one-day writing workshop.
    Sarah Burton & Jem Poster

    18 Nov 09:30

  • An Audience with Kate Adie
    Kate Adie

    18 Nov 10:00

  • The Boy Who Sailed To Spain
    Paul O'Garra

    18 Nov 10:00

  • The Moor’s Last Stand: How Seven Centuries of Muslim Rule in Spain Came to an End,
    Dr Elizabeth Drayson

    18 Nov 10:00

  • (Sat) A Timeline History of Britain from Stonehenge to Brexit
    Christopher Lloyd

    18 Nov 11:00

  • At Home: Entertaining at the Real Downton Abbey
    Lady Carnarvon

    18 Nov 12:00

  • The Brexit Challenge for Spain and Gibraltar
    William Chislett

    18 Nov 12:00

  • Zipp's Trips
    Unify

    18 Nov 12:00

  • (Sat) The Story of Gibraltar from earliest times to the present-day
    Christopher Lloyd

    18 Nov 14:00

  • Charles Dickens and his Circle
    Lucinda Hawksley

    18 Nov 14:00

  • An Audience with Maureen Lipman
    Maureen Lipman

    18 Nov 16:00

  • Gibraltar's Referendum
    The Hon Dr Joseph Garcia MP

    18 Nov 18:00

  • A Brief History of Everyone who Ever Lived: The Stories of our Genes
    Adam Rutherford

    19 Nov 10:00

  • A Life in Exploration
    Colonel John Blashford Snell

    19 Nov 10:00

  • Writing for Film and Television
    Gaby Chiappe

    19 Nov 10:00

  • (Sun) A Timeline History of Britain from Stonehenge to Brexit
    Christopher Lloyd

    19 Nov 11:00

  • Just A Minute
    Nicholas Parsons

    19 Nov 12:00

  • (Sun) The Story of Gibraltar from earliest times to the present-day
    Christopher Lloyd

    19 Nov 14:00

  • Gone: A Girl, a Violin, a Life Unstrung – with Performance
    Min Kym & Ian Brown

    19 Nov 14:00

  • Historical and literary relations between Morocco and Gibraltar in medieval times
    Ahmed Boukhobza

    19 Nov 14:00

  • A History of Britain in 21 Women
    Dame Jenni Murray

    19 Nov 16:00

  • Who Lost Russia? How the World Entered a New Cold War
    Peter Conradi

    19 Nov 16:00

  • Festival Closing Dinner

    19 Nov 19:30

About

Join us for our Fifth International Literary Festival on The Rock, where world class writers and speakers come together for four days of public events, staged in the famous Regency Garrison Library and other historic buildings within the walled and ancient City of Gibraltar.

Located where the continents of Africa and Europe converge, and where the waters of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic meet, Gibraltar is the most famous fortress in history. It is the perfect setting to discuss the evolution of literature, culture and current affairs.

Ticket Prices

Children from 0 - 3 years old go free with a paying adult

Children from 4 - 18 years of age (inclusive) pay £8

Adults from 60 upwards pay £8

Anyone else pays £12

Details

Organiser(s):
Gibraltar Tourist Board