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Last year the TAL (Thame Art and Literature) Festival celebrated its 10th year with over 4,000 visitors coming to enjoy the wide range of talks, discussions and musical events on offer at this friendly and inspiring Festival.

Since the current circumstances mean that people can't come to the Festival, the TAL team are bringing the Festival directly to you in the comfort of your home by going digital. Welcome to DigiTAL! All you need is a PC, laptop, iPad, iPhone or Android phone — or a friend with one of them!

Contributors include our very own Haddenham author Jane Robinson (Friday 5pm) plus Loyd Grossman, Robert Harris, Dan Jarvis MP, Lucinda Hawksley, Gill Hornby, Margaret MacMillan, Opera Anywhere, Thame Chamber Choir and loads more. Most events are £5/head.

Browse the range of events on offer from 15th to 18th October and BOOK YOUR TICKETS here: https://talfestival.org/

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