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Amelia Freer£35

Join Amelia Freer, No.1 Sunday Times bestselling author and renowned nutritional therapist, at the Hart Street Tavern, Henley, for a very special brunch event to celebrate her latest book, Simply Good for You.

Amelia has worked with a whole host of A-List clients, including Victoria Beckham, Sam Smith, James Corden and Boy George, so this is a brilliant opportunity to find out more about cooking fast, easy and delicious healthy food, from the bestselling author of Nourish & Glow and Cook Nourish Glow.

Amelia will be interviewed by journalist Jessica Jonzen, and afterwards guests will be treated to a nutritious and delicious brunch of Butternut Baked Beans with Toasted Wholemeal and a Green Smoothie, taken straight from Amelia’s new book and cooked by the team at Hart Street Tavern. Teas and coffees will be available to buy.

The talk will take place from 9.30am-10.30am, and brunch will be served after. If you have any dietary requirements please contact Hart Street Tavern directly. If guests are coming as a group and would like to sit together please let us know no later than one week before the event and we’ll try and accommodate you.

Tickets are £35 and include a copy of Simply Good for You (RRP £22) and the brunch listed above, which will be served after the talk.

Tuesday March 10 - 09:30 am
Hart Street Tavern

Mother Pukka & Papa Pukka: Anna Whitehouse and Matt Farquharson£12

Join Anna Whitehouse and Matt Farquharson, aka Mother and Papa Pukka, as they discuss their latest book, Where’s My Happy Ending? with Steph Douglas.

Maybe you’ve just had a first date with ‘the one’, maybe you’ve been married for ten years. Either way, it’s hard to know if they’re really meant to be by your side until you both wear dentures. In Where’s My Happy Ending? Anna and Matt, authors of the Sunday Times bestseller Parenting the Sh*t Out of Life, set out to discover what it takes to make it to forever, by asking our greatest questions about love.

This promises to be an event filled with laughter, honesty and more than a few
home truths on relationships and love.

This event will last for approximately 1 hour and there will be a book signing at the end (books will be available to purchase on the night).

Tuesday March 17 - 06:30 pm
Town Hall

Giovanna Fletcher: Letters on Motherhood£12

This event is now sold out, but there are still tickets available for Mother and Papa Pukka. Their event will also be on the 17th March, at 6:30pm in the Town Hall. Click here for more information.

Join Giovanna Fletcher, author of the No.1 bestseller Happy Mum Happy Baby, as she talks about her latest book, Letters on Motherhood, a collection of beautiful and deeply personal letters to her three sons, her husband, McFly’s Tom Fletcher, and the friends and family who have supported in her journey to become the mother she is today.

Giovanna will be interviewed by Henley Literary Festival regular Steph Douglas of Don’t Buy Her Flowers, so this promises to be a funny, moving and heartfelt discussion about coping with motherhood, mum guilt, finding a work/family/life balance, rediscovering a sense of identity and a parent’s hopes, fears and expectations for their child’s future.

This event will last for approximately 1 hour and there will be a book signing at the end (books will be available to purchase on the night).

 

Tuesday March 17 - 08:00 pm
Town Hall

Amelia Freer£35

Join Amelia Freer, No.1 Sunday Times bestselling author and renowned nutritional therapist, at the Hart Street Tavern, Henley, for a very special brunch event to celebrate her latest book, Simply Good for You.

Amelia has worked with a whole host of A-List clients, including Victoria Beckham, Sam Smith, James Corden and Boy George, so this is a brilliant opportunity to find out more about cooking fast, easy and delicious healthy food, from the bestselling author of Nourish & Glow and Cook Nourish Glow.

Amelia will be interviewed by journalist Jessica Jonzen, and afterwards guests will be treated to a nutritious and delicious brunch of Butternut Baked Beans with Toasted Wholemeal and a Green Smoothie, taken straight from Amelia’s new book and cooked by the team at Hart Street Tavern. Teas and coffees will be available to buy.

The talk will take place from 9.30am-10.30am, and brunch will be served after. If you have any dietary requirements please contact Hart Street Tavern directly. If guests are coming as a group and would like to sit together please let us know no later than one week before the event and we’ll try and accommodate you.

Tickets are £35 and include a copy of Simply Good for You (RRP £22) and the brunch listed above, which will be served after the talk.

Tuesday March 10 - 03/10/2020 09:30 am
Hart Street Tavern

Mother Pukka & Papa Pukka: Anna Whitehouse and Matt Farquharson£12

Join Anna Whitehouse and Matt Farquharson, aka Mother and Papa Pukka, as they discuss their latest book, Where’s My Happy Ending? with Steph Douglas.

Maybe you’ve just had a first date with ‘the one’, maybe you’ve been married for ten years. Either way, it’s hard to know if they’re really meant to be by your side until you both wear dentures. In Where’s My Happy Ending? Anna and Matt, authors of the Sunday Times bestseller Parenting the Sh*t Out of Life, set out to discover what it takes to make it to forever, by asking our greatest questions about love.

This promises to be an event filled with laughter, honesty and more than a few
home truths on relationships and love.

This event will last for approximately 1 hour and there will be a book signing at the end (books will be available to purchase on the night).

Tuesday March 17 - 03/17/2020 06:30 pm
Town Hall

Giovanna Fletcher: Letters on Motherhood£12

This event is now sold out, but there are still tickets available for Mother and Papa Pukka. Their event will also be on the 17th March, at 6:30pm in the Town Hall. Click here for more information.

Join Giovanna Fletcher, author of the No.1 bestseller Happy Mum Happy Baby, as she talks about her latest book, Letters on Motherhood, a collection of beautiful and deeply personal letters to her three sons, her husband, McFly’s Tom Fletcher, and the friends and family who have supported in her journey to become the mother she is today.

Giovanna will be interviewed by Henley Literary Festival regular Steph Douglas of Don’t Buy Her Flowers, so this promises to be a funny, moving and heartfelt discussion about coping with motherhood, mum guilt, finding a work/family/life balance, rediscovering a sense of identity and a parent’s hopes, fears and expectations for their child’s future.

This event will last for approximately 1 hour and there will be a book signing at the end (books will be available to purchase on the night).

 

Tuesday March 17 - 03/17/2020 08:00 pm
Town Hall