The vlogger is set to take part in two events at The Times and The Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival on 11 October.
The festival, which runs from 2-11 October, plays host to a programme of over 500 events and will touch upon subjects as diverse as history, politics, sport, food and fashion. The theme of this year’s festival is Defining Moments: the pivotal occurrences that conclusively alter life as we know it, be they global, cultural, social or personal.
Carrie Hope Fletcher will be taking part in two events. She will be talking to Anna James, news and media editor at The Bookseller, about balancing a life on stage and online, before later being a part of the “How To Be A Heroine” panel.
Baroness Gail Rebuck, Chair of The Times and The Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival, said: “We are passionate about curating unique events featuring imaginative and surprising pairings; unusual meetings between thinkers and writers that can only be found during the ten extraordinary days at Cheltenham. We are not shy about tackling controversial topics, prompting fresh and lively discussion. Our hope is that visitors arrive curious and leave inspired.”
Booking for the Cheltenham Literature Festival opens to members at 13.00 BST on 26 August, with general onside beginning at 13.00 BST on 2 September. Those wishing to attend must first create a wish list, which they can do via the festival website.
The full festival line-up can be found here.