Ticketed Event - Julia Quinn

Event Type: Ticketed Event

The Guardian Live: Behind Bridgerton

Please Note: This Event is BRITISH TIME.

The Guardian Live will be hosting JQ in a ticketed livestream event.

Beginning with Daphne’s attempts to woo the Duke of Hastings, who famously refuses to marry, each of the eight novels in the regency series follows the romantic misadventures of the noisy and loving Bridgerton children in the high society of early 19th-century London.

In 2020, Shonda Rhimes adapted the first of the books, published 20 years ago, into a Netflix original series starring Adjoa Andoh as Lady Danbury, Nicola Coughlan as Penelope Featherington, and Julie Andrews as the voice of Lady Whistledown, a gossip columnist known for spreading scandal. The series, which plays with the conventions of costume dramas, has won multiple awards and has been celebrated for its colour-conscious casting.

As the second season premieres, Quinn will be joining Alison Flood to talk about both the Netflix series and her novels. She will also be taking some of your questions.

Running time: 60 minutes

USO: Military Virtual Programming

Please note: This event is PACIFIC TIME.

Live discussion and Q&A with Julia Quinn. All members of the military community can register and submit questions here.

The USO’s Military Virtual Programming series is dedicated to positive, uplifting digital engagements for troops and military families across a wide variety of programming including entertainment, family, transition and more.

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.

Red Line Book Festival

Please Note: This event is IRISH TIME.

Julia Quinn will be speaking with celebrated Irish author Sheila O’Flanagan. This event is free, but advance booking is required.

Held in October each year, the Red Line Book Festival celebrates the very best in local, national and international writing. The festival takes place in various venues across South Dublin County and is funded by South Dublin County Council and managed by South Dublin Libraries and Arts.

BronxWorks “Building Better Futures” Online Gala

Please note: This event is EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME.

Did you know Julia Quinn was born in the Bronx?

Join BronxWorks on Wednesday, May 19, for a special virtual event.  The BronxWorks 2021 Building Better Futures Gala will support the critical work needed to continue to assist Bronx residents as they recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Join BronxWorks as we strive to help rebuild our Bronx community. Your participation is vital and will have more impact than ever before.

Registration to the virtual gala is complimentary for individuals!

Sponsors of the event will also have a chance to take part in one or two exclusive VIP events!

VIP Event #1: Virtual Event with MLB Legends Mookie Wilson and Willie Randolph.

VIP Event #2: Virtual Event with New York Times Bestselling Author Julia Quinn.

Get all the information for this exciting event!

Mary Bly in conversation with Julia Quinn

Silly selfies with Eloisa James in 2016.

Please note: This event is PACIFIC DAYLIGHT TIME.

Julia Quinn will be joining Mary Bly (also known as Eloisa James) for a fun and fascinating discussion to celebrate Mary’s new book Lizzie & Dante.

NOTE: This is a ticketed event. Your pre-order of the book, Lizzie & Dante, from University Bookstore, is your ticket to the event. Two days before the event, all those who have purchased the book will receive a Zoom link via email. If you purchase your book closer to the event time, University Book Store will be emailing your your code individually.

Please visit University Bookstore for more event details and to purchase your ticket/book.