13th June 2012 – London Metropolitan Archives
Talk on Diamond Street: the hidden world of Hatton Garden.
31st May 2012 – Tintype Gallery, St Cross St, London
Clerkenwell, Farringdon and the mysteries of Hatton Garden

Rachel Lichtenstein in conversation with Iain Sinclair

9th May 2012 – Metal’s headquarters, Chalkwell Hall, Essex
Salon: Southend in literature

With Rachel Lichtenstein, Alan Dein, Chris Schuler, Syd Moore, Justin Hopper.

23rd March 2012 - Clerkenwell Tales Bookshop, London
Rachel Lichtenstein in conversation with Iain Sinclair
7th March 2012 – Purcell Room, South Bank Centre, London
Beside the Sea

Chairing panel discussion after Beside the Sea, a one woman play by Lisa Dwan.

19th February 2012 – Snape Maltings, Suffolk
PLACE: ‘The Garden’ and the Waters (curated by Gareth Evans)

Symposium with Manu Luksch, Ben Eastop, Rachel Lichtenstein, Simon Read.

30th Jan 2012 – Rich Mix Centre, London
Jewish East End Literary Walking Tour

Conducting literary walking tour of Jewish East End for Rich Mix Centre Jewish festival.

29th January 2012 – Rich Mix Centre, London
The Man Who Became A Room

Theatrical adaptation of ‘Rodinsky’s Room’ by playwright Sonja Linden. Part of the Snapshots Festival Part 7, East London Jewish Culture

14th December 2011 – Wilton’s Music Hall, London
Max: A Celebration – Remembering W. G. Max Sebald:

Readings, Music and Film On the 10th anniversary of his death, a unique event celebrating the late, great writer W .G. Max Sebald with Rachel Lichtenstein, Marina Warner, A.S.Byatt, Iain Sinclair, Andrew Motion, Stephen Watts, Anthea Bell.

13th December 2011 – Bishopsgate Institute, London
London in Fiction: The Jewish East End in the Radical 1930s

In conversation with Ken Worpole discussing Simon Blumenfield’s provocative debut novel ‘Jew Boy’ as part of the ‘London in Fiction: The Jewish East End in the Radical 1930s’ series of talks at Bishopsgate.