Evening Standard Stories Festival | Julia Quinn

Saturday, September 25, 2021

Add to Calendar 09/25/2021 4:15pm 09/25/2021 5:15pm Evening Standard Stories Festival

Bridgerton: From Novel to Screen

Following Bridgerton Season 1’s incredible global success, we discuss how the series made it from Julia Quinn’s pen to Netflix’s 208 million subscribers. Joining this conversation will be best-selling author of the Bridgerton novels Julia Quinn, Bridgerton director and Shondaland’s senior creative production advisor Tom Verica; and Queen Charlotte herself: Golda Rosheuvel.

Picturehouse will be implementing Covid-19 measures. There will be a one-seat gap in the auditorium.

Tickets required. All ticketholders will receive a tote bag (courtesy of Little, Brown Book Group) as well as a free Moleskine notebook to inspire your creativity. Share your notes from the festival using #MoleskineStories and you could win a Moleskine Smart Writing System worth £145.

More on the Evening Standard Stories Festival: Join the brightest stars of page, stage and screen on 24–26 September for an exciting line-up of live interviews, panels, screenings and more.

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London, UK

Evening Standard Stories Festival

Ticketed Event

Picturehouse Central
Corner of Great Windmill Street and Piccadilly Circus, Shaftesbury Ave
London, UK

4:15pm - 5:15pm

Bridgerton: From Novel to Screen

Following Bridgerton Season 1’s incredible global success, we discuss how the series made it from Julia Quinn’s pen to Netflix’s 208 million subscribers. Joining this conversation will be best-selling author of the Bridgerton novels Julia Quinn, Bridgerton director and Shondaland’s senior creative production advisor Tom Verica; and Queen Charlotte herself: Golda Rosheuvel.

Picturehouse will be implementing Covid-19 measures. There will be a one-seat gap in the auditorium.

Tickets required. All ticketholders will receive a tote bag (courtesy of Little, Brown Book Group) as well as a free Moleskine notebook to inspire your creativity. Share your notes from the festival using #MoleskineStories and you could win a Moleskine Smart Writing System worth £145.

More on the Evening Standard Stories Festival: Join the brightest stars of page, stage and screen on 24–26 September for an exciting line-up of live interviews, panels, screenings and more.

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