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CAROL DRINKWATER – An Act of Love | In conversation with Rebecca Chapman

INTERVIEW

Carol Drinkwater is a multi-award-winning actress who is best known for her portrayal of Helen Herriot in the BBC television series All Creatures Great and Small. Her quartet of memoirs set on her olive farm in the south of France have sold over a million copies worldwide and her solo journey round the Mediterranean in search of the olive tree’s mythical secrets inspired a five-part documentary film series, The Olive Route. She is also the author of novels The Forgotten Summer, The Lost Girl and The House on the Edge of the Cliff. Her latest novel, AN ACT OF LOVE, set in the Free Zone area of France in 1943, has just been published to universally excellent reviews. Carol’s film and theatre credits include A Clockwork Orange,
An Awfully Big Adventure with Alan Rickman & Hugh Grant, as well as working at the Royal National Theatre under the leadership of Lord Laurence Olivier. She lives on an organic olive farm in the South of France where she is writing her next novel. She is married to documentary filmmaker, Michel Noll.

By turns poignant and atmospheric, AN ACT OF
LOVE is a compelling new novel from Sunday Times best-selling author Carol Drinkwater about the power of first love and courage in our darkest hours.

Join Carol Drinkwater and
Rebecca Chapman for this
in depth interview profiling
Carol’s extraordinary career
as actress and author.

End Time: 2:30 pm (approx)

CAROL DRINKWATER – An Act of Love | In conversation with Rebecca Chapman

INTERVIEW
End Time: 2:30 pm (approx)

How to book:

* This link will take you to an external ticketing system.

Carol Drinkwater is a multi-award-winning actress who is best known for her portrayal of Helen Herriot in the BBC television series All Creatures Great and Small. Her quartet of memoirs set on her olive farm in the south of France have sold over a million copies worldwide and her solo journey round the Mediterranean in search of the olive tree’s mythical secrets inspired a five-part documentary film series, The Olive Route. She is also the author of novels The Forgotten Summer, The Lost Girl and The House on the Edge of the Cliff. Her latest novel, AN ACT OF LOVE, set in the Free Zone area of France in 1943, has just been published to universally excellent reviews. Carol’s film and theatre credits include A Clockwork Orange,
An Awfully Big Adventure with Alan Rickman & Hugh Grant, as well as working at the Royal National Theatre under the leadership of Lord Laurence Olivier. She lives on an organic olive farm in the South of France where she is writing her next novel. She is married to documentary filmmaker, Michel Noll.

By turns poignant and atmospheric, AN ACT OF
LOVE is a compelling new novel from Sunday Times best-selling author Carol Drinkwater about the power of first love and courage in our darkest hours.

Join Carol Drinkwater and
Rebecca Chapman for this
in depth interview profiling
Carol’s extraordinary career
as actress and author.