Festival 2022 Saturday 26 February - Sunday 06 March | Tickets now on sale

Clare Mulley

Clare Mulley is an award-winning author, and broadcaster. Her first book, The Woman Who Saved the Children, won the Daily Mail Biographers' Club Prize, and The Spy Who Loved led to Clare being decorated with Poland’s cultural honour, the Bene Merito. Clare's third book, The Women Who Flew for Hitler, tells the extraordinary story of two women at the heart of Nazi Germany, whose choices and actions put them on opposite sides of history. Her books have been reviewed as ‘Compulsively readable… mesmerising’ (Telegraph), 'Scintillating and moving’ (Spectator), ’Thrilling’ (Mail) and ‘This summer’s most spellbinding saga’ (Vogue). Clare is chair of the Historical Writers Association non-fiction prize 2021, reviews non-fiction for the Spectator, and is an acclaimed public speaker who has given a TEDx talk at Stormont. Recent TV and radio includes the BBC’s Rise of the Nazis, C5’s Secret History of WW2NewsnightSongs of Praise, and Radio 4’s Today ProgrammeWoman’s HourPM and Great Lives.
Ethel Rosenberg: An American Tragedy
In-hall tickets are priced at £16.50 At-home streaming tickets can be booked for £12.50 by following this link To J. Edgar Hoover it was ‘the trial of the century’; for many more it was a horrifying case of what happens when a government motivated by fear tramples on the rights of its citizens. In June 1953 Julius and Ethel...
Online Streaming Pass – Sunday 3rd October
This pass gives you online access to six of our October events for half the price of the individual tickets. These events will be available to watch live or for seven days after the initial broadcast. Events included in the pass: Ethel Rosenberg: An American Tragedy featuring Anne Sebba and Clare Mulley Power Players: Ivor Crewe & Anthony Seldon Billy Wilder: ...