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An Evening with Carol Klein

An Evening with Carol Klein

Join Britain’s favourite plantswoman, bestselling author and one of the most familiar gardening experts, Carol Klein, as she celebrates the release of her memoir, Hortobiography, which tells the story of her life through the many gardens that have shaped her. 

Most famous for her role as regular presenter of BBC Gardener’s World, and host of Gardening with Carol Klein on Channel Five, Carol’s natural, practical approach has made her a popular and trusted figure amongst the British gardening public. During the Covid lockdown, Carol’s popularity skyrocketed as millions of new gardeners tried their hand at the hobby for the first time. 

Earlier in 2024, Carol was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent a double mastectomy but during the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, she was told she was cancer-free. She has continued to present and attend events with renewed gusto. 

Carol will explore why our gardens are so important and how they bring joy, creativity and good health to our lives. With lyrical stories of the plants, places and people that have defined her gardening life, from learning at her mum’s feet, to building award-winning exhibits at the RHS Chelsea Flower show.  

Don’t miss the opportunity to join Carol for a down-to-earth evening as she gets to the heart of gardening and answers your questions too! 

Top tier tickets will include a copy of Carol Klein’s book, Hortobiography (RRP £22).

Grand Opera House, York

Kendal Leisure Centre

Derby Theatre

Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury

The Forum, Bath

Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford