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Lost Words Exhibition


The award-winning book, The Lost Words, uses stirring spell-songs and eye-catching illustrations to reintroduce the fading faces of nature to our vocabularies and in turn, inspire us to join the fight to reverse their plight.


In an unique partnership between Amgueddfa Cymru – Museum Wales and two Welsh National Park Authorities, the best-selling book will be brought to life in exhibitions at Yr Ysgwrn, Trawsfynydd.

24th June 2023 - Spring 2024


Yr Ysgwrn, Trawsfynydd


Lost Words Exhibition


The award-winning book, The Lost Words, uses stirring spell-songs and eye-catching illustrations to reintroduce the fading faces of nature to our vocabularies and in turn, inspire us to join the fight to reverse their plight.


In an unique partnership between Amgueddfa Cymru – Museum Wales and two Welsh National Park Authorities, the best-selling book will be brought to life in exhibitions at Oriel y Parc, St Davids

2nd July 2023 - Spring 2024


Oriel y Parc, St Davids


The Tudors and Stuarts: A Bitter Rivalry at Southwark Cathedral


Delve into the fascinating history of the Tudor and Stuart families through this exciting day of talks exploring their intense rivalry. 1000 Tudor People author Melita Thomas will be speaking on Mary I and Marie of Guise.

22 June 2024


Southwark Cathedral


David Moore at Penarth Literary Festival


Dr Ceri Thomas and David Moore come to Penarth Literary Festival for an afternoon of artistic discussion. Both authors will give a 10-15 minute presentation about their most recent books and then be in-discussion with renowned art history lecturer Stella Grace Lyons.

14:30 on 23 June 2024


All Saint's Church, Penarth


Jason Korsner at East Finchley Festival


Hear Jason Korsner read his books at East Finchley Festival in their Storytelling Tent.

15:40 on 23 June 2024


Cherry Tree Wood, East Finchley


Mali a'r Môr/ Molly and the Sea Storytelling


A tale of the wonders of the waves for little folk, told in Welsh and English, through song, story and puppetry. Performed by Tamar Williams.

11:00 on 28 June 2024


CCA Glasgow


Sue Kent at Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival


Sue Kent, author of the accessible, perennial gardening notebook Garden Notes, gives two talks about creating flower borders as part of Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival.

11:00 and 15:00 on 02 July 2024


Hampton Court Palace


Melita Thomas at Harvington Hall History Festival


Be entertained listening to the fascinating lives of the Tudors, such as Alys Brigandine, burnt for murdering her husband at the third attempt; the evangelical Robert Pakington of Harvington Hall, the first person to be assassinated with a firearm; daring Sir Peter Carew, suspected of being a spy in Constantinople; and brilliant Margaret More, among the first English women to have her work published, all vividly revealed by Melita and based on her meticulous research.

19:00 on 27 July 2024


Harvington Hall, Kidderminster