Photo of Andrew Millham with both book covers

We are pleased to announce that nature and folk history writer Andrew Millham will be joining the line-up for our fabulous Restless Brilliance Day at Hylands House on 16th June (Father’s Day) for a special in-conversation event with David Simmonds.

They will be discussing Andrew’s book, Singing Like Larks, a joyous celebration of song, the seasons, and our love of birds as well as exploring the legacy of J.A. Baker’s The Peregrine and what it means to Essex.

A companion event to the ongoing exhibition Restless Brilliance at Chelmsford Museum – catch it if you can – that focusses on the life and work of life-long Chelmsford writer and resident J.A. Baker of The Peregrine fame, other participants include Mark Cocker who will be talking about his new book One Midsummer’s Day, and Costa-Award shortlisted novelist Joanna Glen who will be talking her new book Maybe, Perhaps, Possibly.

Restless Brilliance: Singing Like Larks with Andrew Millham and David Simmonds, Sunday 16th June, 1.30pm, Hylands House, Chelmsford.

Click here for more information and to book tickets.