History at its Heart: Lincoln Book Festival
The Lincoln Book Festival has History at its heart. Why? The reasons are simple.
Lincoln is a place where history seeps out from every stone. From Roman remains, through the Norman Castle and Gothic Cathedral to the Georgian Minster Yard but then into serious nineteenth century engineering buildings but continuing through the twentieth century with Tritton Road where the tank was invented and onwards to the present day.
History is populated with stories: some delight, some appall, all inform. An understanding of history enables us better to handle the issues of today.
Each year the trustees choose themes for each day of the Festival that may resonate with contemporary issues, that may reflect an anniversary or simply that choose themselves.
Each event at Lincoln Book Festival takes place at The Collection, Lincoln. Tickets cost just £10 per evening. Places are limited so book early to avoid missing out.
You can book your tickets at the Lincoln Drill Hall Box Office, by calling 01522 873894 or on the Drill Hall website.
The Festival runs from Monday 26th September to Sunday 2nd October 2016.