Join us on Sunday 20th November, 4-5:30pm for a splendid and legendary University Arms Afternoon Tea in the company of best-selling novelists Jo Browning Wroe and Francis Spufford and hosted by writer and broadcaster Alex Clark who will guarantee an inspiring conversation whilst you enjoy your lavish tea.

A Terrible Kindness by Jo Browning Wroe tells the captivating and compassionate story of nineteen-year-old William Lavery’s decision to volunteer at the tragic scene of the 1966 Aberfan landslide which transforms his life forever. Light Perpetual is a tender, endlessly inventive novel that resurrects five children killed in a wartime bomb-blast and asks what kind of a future these working-class youths would have had. Come and be inspired, captivated and uplifted over an

The signature University Arms Afternoon Tea is included and offers a delicious selection of savouries & sweets created by their chef Tristan Welch. Including freshly baked scones, served with raspberry jam, fresh strawberries and clotted cream. The only question that remains is which to spread first: the cream or the jam?. The event will take place in the Ballroom at the University Arms.

Tables will be arranged in groups of 10, you will be allocated seats, there will be a seat plan upon arrival. Please contact us if you would like to purchase a full table.

Venue: University Arms

Duration: 1.5hr

Visit www.cambridgeliteraryfestival.com for further information on how to purchase your ticket.