In a very special Sydney Writers’ Festival event, pre-eminent British historian and one of the greatest chroniclers of the Second World War, Antony Beevor will take to the Town Hall stage to discuss his outstanding body of work, including his latest release, Arnhem.
Antony served in the 11th Hussars before writing four novels and 12 books of non-fiction (including the gripping Stalingrad). His talent as a historian and storyteller have positioned him as Britain’s number one bestselling historian, earned him countless awards, and a knighthood.
He’ll be introduced by Kate Evans and talk about his superbly written and forensically researched account of the failed Allied paratroopers’ campaign to seize bridges leading to the Rhine in 1944, as detailed in his new bestseller.
Please use the promo code BEEVOR to receive adult tickets at concession prices ($25)
When: Friday, 3 May 2019 | 6pm – 7pm
Where: Sydney Town Hall, 483 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000