2016 Events

16-17 January Apeejay Kolkata Literatre Festival



16 Jan 2017 

The Lives of Others: Fiction and History

Issues and challenges of fictionalizing the past. With Kiran Nagarkar, Nayantara

Sahgal and Selina Sen. Moderated by Shrabani Basu.

Time: 3 pm - 4 pm

Venue: St. Paul's Cathedral Grounds


17 January 2017

Lest We Forget: Rescuing Lost Histories.

Challenges and awards of revisiting silenced histories. With Ritu Menon, Kama Maclean, Shrabani Basu, Kavita Panjabi. by Jael Silliman

Time: 2.00 p.m. - 3.00 PM

Venue: St Paul's Cathedral Grounds 


19-23 January 2017 Jaipur Literature Festival, Diggi Palace, Jaipur


20 January 2017

Before We Visit the Goddess

Chitra Divakaruni Banerjee in conversation with Shrabani Basu

Time: 11:15-12:15pm 

 Venue: Front Lawn.


20 January 2017

“Queen Victoria”

A.N.Wilson introduced by Shrabani Basu

Time: 2:30pm-3:30pm 

Venue: Cox & Kings Char Bagh


23 January 2017

Victoria and Abdul

Stephen Frears, Shrabani Basu and A.N. Wilson in conversation with Raja Sen

Time and Venue: TBC


8 February 2017

Forgotten Soldiers of the Raj

Talk by Shrabani Basu

Colony as Empire Series, South Asia Centre, London School of Economics, 

Venue: 32 Lincoln's Inn Fields

6.30 p.m





7 November 2016

House of Lords
Somme 100 -- the Indian contribution
7.00 p.m.
8 November 2016
National Army Museum lunchtime talks
For King and Another Country, Indian Soldiers in WWI
Royal Marsden Education and Conference Centre
Stewart’s Grove
London, SW3 6JJ
12.30 p.m.
15-18 January 2017
Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival
19-23 January 2017 
Jaipur Literature Festival
Diggi Palace
23 October 2016
RAF Museum Colindale
Liberte! The Life of Noor Inayat Khan 
3.00 p.m.

7th April 2016

'For King and Another Country' -- Talk by Shrabani Basu

Harrow Arts Centre, Kenton Room, 171 Uxbridge Road, Hatch End, Middlesex HA5 4EA
Time: 19:30 for 19:45


21st May 2016

Jaipur Literature Festival at Royal Festival Hall, South Bank, London

The Women Writing War

Shrabani Basu, Yasmin Khan and Alex Von Tunzelman in conversation with Sidin Vadukut