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Tickets for all events, except Festival meals, can also be bought on the door during the Festival. If you have a problem with your tickets, please phone the Festival box office on 07988 560496.
Includes all events (talks, interview and films) excluding meals.Find out more »
Berkhamsted: The Greene Guide (£5) Guided walk around the town of Berkhamsted with reference to Greene Speaker: Brian Shepherd, with Judy Mead and Richard Shepherd Additional Notes: In case of rain, there will be a presentation in The Court House, Berkhamsted Location: Rear entrance to Berkhamsted Railway Station (the Platform 4 exit) Time: 14.15-15.15 Film Night: Twenty-One Days (1940) (£10) Introduced by Mike Hill. Additional Notes: 1.5 hours Location: The Town Hall, Berkhamsted Time: 19.15 for 19.30Find out more »
Friday Morning Talks (£16) 1. Greene & Sherry: The Fox & The Hound - Talk Speaker: Lucinda Cummings-Kilmer Location: The Town Hall, Berkhamsted Time: 9.45-10.45 2. “It was our Bible”: US Vietnam War-era Reporters (1965-1975) and the impact of Graham Greene’s The Quiet American - Talk Speaker: Professor Kevin Ruane Location: The Town Hall, Berkhamsted Time: 11.15-12.15 Berkhamsted: The Greene Guide (£5) Guided walk around the town of Berkhamsted with reference to Greene Speaker: Brian Shepherd, with Judy Mead and…Find out more »
Saturday Morning Talks (£16) 1. Vicious Cities: Shadows of The Third Man in Our Man in Havana - Talk Speakers: Dr Chris Hull and Dr James Clifford Kent Location: Deans' Hall, Berkhamsted School Time: 9.45-10.45 2. What or who was The Third Man ... and the vital question remains.... - Interview Speakers: Jean-Luc Fromental, Miles Hyman and Dr Brigitte Timmermann Location: Deans' Hall, Berkhamsted School Time: 11.15-12.15 Saturday Mid-afternoon session (£17) 1. Launch of film reviewing competition - Presentation Speakers:…Find out more »
Sunday Morning (£16) 1. A tour of the School Archives - Tour Speaker: Leslie Koulouris Location: Berkhamsted School, VI Form centre Time: 9.00-10.00 2. Scandinavians are terribly Scandinavian: Graham Greene’s friendship with Norwegian writer Nordahl Grieg - Talk Introduced by Ian Thomson Speaker: Johanne Elster Location: Berkhamsted School, VI Form centre Time: 10.00-11.00 3. Graham Greene’s Hungarian Connection - Talk Speakers: Dr Tamás Molnár and Dr Ramón Porta Location: Berkhamsted School, VI Form centre Time: 11.30-12.30Find out more »
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People under 21 and holders of a Dacorum Card have free entry to all Festival events apart from the quiz and meals. Proof of status will required on the door.
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The Box Office can accept tickets for resale only if an event has sold out, and any refund will be subject to a 10% handling fee. We will try to resell the ticket(s) for sold-out events, but offer no guarantee that we will be able to do so. If we are unable to resell the ticket(s) then we will be unable to make a refund. All refunds for returned tickets will be made after the Festival.
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