STREAM South London Book Festival 2015 will be opened this year by masters of words and pictures, Children’s Laureate Chris Riddell and author, poet and performer Michael Rosen in an entertaining and interactive family event. STREAM2015 has a stellar line-up of authors and events for readers of all ages, from nursery-school age through to Young Adults, including Francesca Simon with Horrid Henry, Steve Butler with The Diary of Dennis the Menace, the lively and interactive Beast Quest show, workshops with Phoenix comics, a ‘Story Shop’ session, Jim Smith with Barry Loser, author, broadcaster and former stand-up comic Natalie Haynes with The Ancient Guide to Modern Life and, following resounding success at the Edinburgh Festival, YA authors Laura Dockrill and James Dawson with their ‘Twisted Fairytales’ session.The festival will close with comedian and author David Baddiel and his new children’s book The People Controller.
Details of all authors and events can be found at http://www.STREAM2015.co.uk , where bookings can also be made.
STREAM is a FREE event and open to all. The Festival takes place at the Streatham & Clapham High School, 42 Abbostswood Rd, SW16 1AW on Saturday 7 November, 10 am – 5 pm. Children under 12 years must be accompanied by adults. Fabulous food is supplied by Norwood Feast.