Narberth Book Fair
|The Book Fair, the inspired brain-child of author Judith
Barrow in 2013, began life in St Mary's Church House, in
Tenby as the
first event of the Tenby Arts Festival. It has grown, year by
year, ever more successful, with more and more authors eager to
participate, so that now we need bigger premises and longer hours and
we have found the ideal home in the Queen's
Hall in Narberth, with
ample room for book stalls, talks and workshops.
The fair offers a showcase for indie publishers and authors from Wales
and further afield. This year (September 23rd 2017), we are expecting a
record number of authors
to be present, ready to chat, sign and sell their books. All genres are
also be a full programme of talks, readings and workshops in the
spacious balcony room upstairs (access by stairs and by lift).
A special feature, this year, will be the children's corner, a cosy
area to sit and listen to stories read by some of our children's
Occupying the ground floor of the Queen's Hall, along with the book
fair, is the Sospan Fach cafe for anyone seeking refreshments (and
there are many other places to eat and drink in Narberth).
The fair will be open from 10am till 4pm. Entry to the fair is FREE, as are the
talks, readings and workshops (see events).