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We’re excited to say that tickets for the Barnes Book Festival are on sale now. Tickets are available without a booking fee from the Barnes Bookshop or can be purchased online.

We’re excited to say that tickets for the Barnes Book Festival are on sale now. Tickets are available without a booking fee from the Barnes Bookshop or can be purchased online.

Next day pick up

We can order almost any book in print and have it in the shop ready for pick up by the next day – provided you let us know by 4pm. Just call or email us with the book title and author and we’ll check its price and availability for you. We will call you when your book arrives.

Our Loyalty Card

Our loyalty card offers you a £10 off your next purchase when you purchase ten books worth £10 or more.

Recommendations

Whether you are looking for a present or inspiration for your next bedside tome we can help. Just pop into the shop, or send us an email explaining who the book is for and what their interests are and we’ll give you some ideas to choose from.

Podcast: Gyles Brandreth at the Barnes Bookshop

We are delighted that Gyles Brandreth chose to be interviewed at the Barnes Bookshop for Ex Libris, a podcast which celebrates independent booksellers. Click below to listen to Gyles and Venetia Vyvyan discuss books, bookshops and Barnes.

Barnes Crime Writer nominated for major prize

Local author Victoria Dowd has been shortlisted for the People’s Book Prize 2020/21. The nomination is for her debut novel – The Smart Woman’s Guide to Murder which you can buy at the Barnes Bookshop. You can vote for Victoria by clicking on the link below.

Recommendations

Authors at the Barnes Book Festival

Tickets to all events are available for purchase without a booking fee from the Barnes Bookshop. Alternatively, you can book online by clicking the links below or via the Barnes BookFest  website.

 

PAPERBACK NON FICTION, £12.99

 The former English jump jockey tells his life story. He recalls his early life tells the story of his Grand National win (on the incomparable Aldaniti) while recovering from cancer, and brings us up to date with his charity work since then.

Bob Champion will be appearing at the Barnes Book Festival at 9.30am on Saturday November 7th. 

HARDBACK NON FICTION, £30

Covering centuries of culture, an illustrated guided tour of the world’s most influential paintings and sculpture by the British art historian, writer and presenter.

Andrew Graham Dixon will be appearing at the Barnes Book Festival at 2.00pm on Saturday November 7th. Click below to buy tickets.

PAPERBACK FICTION, £8.99

 An examination of the relationship between three women and the children they love. The novel stretches across the generations and shows how relationships are reliant less on blood ties than the deep connections that bind people together.

Salley Vickers will be appearing at the Barnes Book Festival at 4.00pm on Saturday November 7th. Click below to buy tickets.

HARDBACK NON FICTION, £16.99

An anthology of thespian mishap, mayhem, triumph and disaster chosen by the actor, broadcaster, writer, comedian and erstwhile Conservative MP.

Gyles Brandreth will be appearing at the Barnes Book Festival at 7.30pm on Saturday November 7th. Click below to buy tickets.

PAPERBACK FICTION, £6.99

Summer 1942 and the fate of a group of Jewish children hangs in the balance as they wait to be guided across the border from Occupied France to Spain. From the pen of the former Children’s Laureate

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Michael Morpurgo will be appearing at the Barnes Book Festival at 9.30am on Sunday November 8th. Click below to buy tickets.

PAPERBACK NON FICTION, £12.99

Portrait of the revolution that occurred on the Home Front during WWI when death, devastation and shifting roles advanced social, political and cultural change. By the journalist, commentator and historian. 

Simon Heffer will be appearing at the Barnes Book Festival at 2.00pm on Sunday November 8th. Click below to buy tickets.

PAPERBACK NON FICTION, £9.99

 The Bishop and broadcaster Richard Harries examines the part faith and religion have had on the creative spirit of twenty writers from Eliot and Auden to Golding and Lewis.

Richard Harries will be appearing at the Barnes Book Festival at 4.00pm on Sunday November 8th. Click below to buy tickets.

HARDBACK NON FICTION, £12.99

Recollections of his adventures in the art world as journalist and television presenter. Includes the story of his investigation into the claim that one of the world’s greatest paintings was a fake.

Edwin Mullins will be appearing at the Barnes Book Festival at 7.30pm on Sunday November 8th. Click below to buy tickets.

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