The Royal Society of Literature holds around 26 literary events every year. Members may attend for free and have priority booking for all of our collaborative events with other organisations.
Booking is open to Members, Fellows and the public.
Please note that we offer concessions, on public tickets, for: under 18s, over 60s, full-time students, those in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance, those in receipt of disability benefit or those in receipt of income support. We request that proof of eligibility is presented on the evening of the event.
Unfortunately the RSL cannot offer refunds for tickets to any events or Masterclasses.
Edna O’Brien, Andrew O’Hagan, Kate Tempest
Islington Assembly Hall, 7pm for 7.30pm
Should we rake through painful experiences, and try to learn from them, or are they best...
National Portrait Gallery, 7pm
When John Singer Sargent painted Robert Louis Stevenson in 1885, his unconventional...
Ali Smith, Marion Coutts
Ali Smith's novel How to be Both, in which the lives of a 15th-century fresco painter and...
Mark Doty, Ruth Padel
Senate House, 7pm
THE T.S. ELIOT MEMORIAL READING Mark Doty, who was born in Maryville, Tennessee, and now...
London Zoo, 6.30pm
Seahorses are among the most popular species at London Zoo, and they provide a crucial...