- To buy a ticket to come in person to St Mary's, click here
- To book a ticket to watch online* click here
- To buy a festival pass** to watch all our streamed events online click here
The impulse to make money is in all of us. But why are some people terrible at it while others get filthy rich? It was this dilemma that set William Leith off on an adventure into the bizarre, morally dubious yet highly desirable world of the mega-rich. For years, Leith has travelled far and wide interviewing the rich and the super-rich to find answers. The Trick is a deep dive into the strange psyche of the super-wealthy and our own obsession with money; that beautiful, elusive thing that makes the world go round – and is leading to our downfall. Throughout his fascinating journey, he continually poses the question: ‘what makes these people wealthy? And how come I’m not!’
William Leith has worked as a columnist and feature writer at The Independent on Sunday, the Mail on Sunday and the Observer. His writing spans a wide range of subjects, from food to celebrity, cosmetic surgery, fashion and film. He is the author of two previous books, The Hungry Years and Bits of Me Are Falling Apart.
On booking an online ticket via the Petworth Festival’s third-party booking site Ticketsolve (https://petworthfestival.ticketsolve.com/shows), you will be sent a link in your confirmation email which will take you to the online event. Events may either be watched ‘live’, as they happen, or from 24 hours after the event time in the brochure. Please note, it is not possible to pause or rewind events being watched live. Tickets are valid for one viewing only, either of the live streamed event or the recording. Events will be available to view online via the website until midnight on Sunday 28 November. Online viewing tickets may be purchased until this date.
**FESTIVAL ONLINE PASS
All online events £45. The full Festival Online Pass is like a season ticket and can only be used by the holder. The full Festival Pass holder will receive a link which will take them to a page where they can view each individual online event once (either ‘live’ or recorded).
William Leith (photo: Phil Fisk)