Julian Fellowes

Julian Fellowes

Blenheim Palace: Great War House SOLD OUT

Friday 26 September 2014

2 Hours


Blenheim Palace: The Marlborough Room



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The author and creator of Downton Abbey Julian Fellowes introduces the premiere of a new ITV documentary, Blenheim Palace: Great War House.  In the documentary, Fellowes tells how the time-honoured rules and rituals of Blenheim Palace and the lives of those associated with it were ripped apart by the outbreak of the First World War 100 years ago. Following the screening, Fellowes will take questions from the audience.

Fellowes is an actor, novelist, film director, screen writer and Conservative member of the House of Lords, where he is known as The Lord Fellowes of West Stafford. He won an Oscar for Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen for Gosford Park in 2002. Other screenplays have included The Young Victoria, which starred Emily Blunt, Vanity Fair, The Tourist and From Time to Time. He is particularly known as the creator and writer of the hugely successful and current ITV drama Downton Abbey.

This event marks the start of a new partnership between Blenheim Palace Literary Festival and the ITV network.

This event lasts two hours

In association with the ITV network