A popular public speaker, Clare is a regular at literary and history festivals around the country. She gives talks on all her books, and enjoys interviewing other authors.

Clare loves talking in libraries, at festivals and on podcasts, to veterans, schoolchildren, and everyone in between!

Please use the contact form if you would like to book Clare as a speaker.


17 January 2024 8:00 pm

Barrington Village Hall

The Spy Who Loved

3 March 2024 6:30 pm

Jewish Book Week, London

Clare interviews Helen Fry about her new book, ‘Women in Intelligence’

21 March 2024 8:00 pm

Great Chesterford History Society

The Women Who Flew for Hitler.

25 March 2024 6:00 pm

The Reform Club, London

The Spy Who Loved

24 April 2024 12:00 am

Aviator's Circle, Henley on Thames

The Women Who Flew for Hitler

5 July 2024 7:30 pm

Braintree Museum

The Women Who Flew for Hitler

19 September 2024 7:30 pm

Brooklands Museum, Weybridge

The Women Who Flew for Hitler

28 March 2025 3:00 pm

Alderney Literary Festival

Agent Zo: The Untold Story of a Fearless Second World War Resistance Soldier

Past Events

Clare has spoken about her books and the history behind them at the Imperial War Museum, National Army Museum, British Library, Royal Albert Hall, House of Lords, the Special Forces Club, and many literary and history festivals across Britain. She has spoken at Polish Embassy in London and the British Embassy in Warsaw, and gave a TEDx talk at Stormont in Belfast.

Recently she has also enjoyed giving talks at the Biggin Hill Memorial Museum, White Waltham Airfield, Chicksands Military Intelligence Museum and Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. Books tours have taken her to the USA, Spain, Italy and Poland.

Clare also regularly chairs panels and interviews other authors at festivals such as Jewish Book Week, the Henley Lit Fest and Wimpole Hall history festival. Last year she interviewed Jonathan Freedland, Charles Spencer, Caroline Moorhead and, at Hatchards, Anne Sebba among others.

The trouble is, Clare loves talking about books and history, so if your school, local history society or U3A etc might be interested in a talk, please get in touch!