An internationally bestselling novelist is appearing in converstaion at a charity fundraiser at The Rex.
Kathy Lette first achieved success as a teenager with the novel Puberty Blues, which was made into a major film and a TV mini-series.
She has written numerous international bestsellers including Mad Cows (which was made into a film starring Joanna Lumley and Anna Friel), How to Kill Your Husband and Other Handy Household Hints (recently staged by the Victorian Opera, Australia), To Love, Honour and Betray and her latest novel, The Boy Who Fell To Earth.
Her books have been published in 17 languages, and she regularly appears as a guest on the BBC and Sky News.
She is also an ambassador for Women and Children First, Plan International and the White Ribbon Alliance.
Bold, brash and very clever, Kathy Lette comes to the Berkhamsted cinema for an evening of readings and conversation at 6pm on Sunday, July 3, in aid of Sunnyside Rural Trust, which trains adults with learning disabilities to work in horticulture.
Kathy will read and talk about the inspiration behind The Boy Who Fell to Earth.Soon to be a Hollywood film, it’s the tale of a single mum raising a child with Asperger’s syndrome, with all the heartache and hilarity that entails.
Kathy will be in conversation with Sunnyside patron Emma Claire Sweeney. They will be joined by poets from Sunnyside Rural Trust.
There will be a Q&A and books will be available for purchase and signing. Tickets £7.50 to £13. Call 01442 877759.