Events

Tue, 23 Apr 19:30
West Hampstead Library, London

The Friends of West Hampstead Library are delighted to welcome Robert Elms to talk about his new book London Made Us with former BBC Radio journalist, David Stevenson.

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Wed, 24 Apr 18:30
St Vincent's Chapel, Edinburgh

Join us at St Vincent’s Chapel to celebrate the paperback launch of Waiting for the Last Bus, a beautiful memoir and meditation on life and death by one of the UK’s most treasured writers.

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Thu, 25 Apr 19:30
Malvern Book Co-operative, Malvern

The Malvern Cooperative welcomes Dan Richards who will be discussing his new book Outpost and asking: why are we drawn to wilderness? And what does the future hold for outposts on the edge?

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Fri, 26 Apr 19:00
Waterstones Bristol Galleries, Bristol

Explore the darkest recesses of the human mind with Julia Shaw as she discusses her new book Making Evil:The science behind humanity’s dark side at the Bristol Festival of Ideas.

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Fri, 26 Apr 20:00
Town Hall, Chipping Norton

Delve into the shady past at the ChipLit Fest with Costa Award-winnning author Jess Kidd who will be discussing her gripping new novel Things in Jars.

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Sat, 27 Apr 12:00
The Theatre, Chipping Norton

Join Chris Brookmyre and Marisa Haetzman at the ChipLit Fest as they discuss their brilliant book The Way of all Flesh in conversation with fellow crime writer Mark Billingham.

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Sat, 27 Apr 16:00
The Theatre, Chipping Norton

The ChipLitFest welcomes Alan Rusbridger who will draw on 20 years as the Guardian’s Editor in his discussion of the history of journalism, his concerns for its future and his book Breaking News.

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Sun, 28 Apr 12:30
Library, Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Hexham

Come along to the Hexham Literary Festival to hear Malachy Tallack discuss The Valley at the Centre of the World, his life-affirming debut novel of love, loss and grief.

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Sun, 28 Apr 15:00
The Theatre, Chipping Norton

Join us at the ChipLitFest to hear Gina Miller speak out about her fight against injustice and the power of a single voice as she discusses her memoir Rise.

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Sun, 28 Apr 19:30
The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh

Don't miss the brilliant Matt Haig as he visits The Queen's Hall in Edinburgh to discuss his book Notes on a Nervous Planet.

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Mon, 29 Apr 16:30
Stratford Play House, Stratford-upon-Avon

The Stratford Literary Festival is excited to welcome Julia Shaw to discuss her new book Making Evil and grapple with dilemmas from 'Would I kill baby Hitler?' to ‘Why do I want to murder my spouse?’

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Tue, 30 Apr 19:00
Blackwell's Bookshop, Oxford

Blackwell's are delighted to once again invite you to Short Stories Aloud, where Jess Kidd will be discussing her enchanting Victorian detective novel Things in Jars.

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Sun, 05 May 19:30
Bridge Theatre, 3 Potters Fields Park, London

Join Fane Productions for an evening with the inspiring Gina Miller, who will undoubtedly empower everyone to discover their voice as she discusses her book Rise.

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Mon, 06 May 13:00
Music Hall, Aberdeen

Acclaimed novelist Jess Kidd’s new novel, Things in Jars, is a Victorian detective story exploring what it is to be human in inhumane times. It is a journey back in time, into a world of fanatical anatomists, crooked surgeons and mercenary showmen.

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Mon, 06 May 19:30
The Edinburgh Bookshop, 219 Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh

Costa Award-winning author Jess Kidd returns to The Edinburgh Bookshop with Things in Jars, her spellbinding female-led detective novel. It's sure to be a brilliant evening, so don't miss out!

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Tue, 07 May 18:15
Langside Library, Sinclair Drive, Glasgow

Come along to hear Costa Award-Winning Jess Kidd speak about her new novel Things in Jars, a literary mystery set in Victorian London that captures our fascination with the curious and unusual.

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Wed, 08 May 19:00
Lecture Theatre 1, UEA, Norwich

The University of East Anglia are delighted to welcome Tracey Thorn, who will be in-conversation with Henry Sutton as they discuss her new book Another Planet.

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Wed, 08 May 19:00
Linlithgow Canal Tearooms, Linlithgow

Far From The Madding Crowd can't wait to catch up with award-winning author Jess Kidd, and they would love for you to join them for a spell-binding evening as Jess discusses her novel Things in Jars.

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Thu, 09 May 19:30
The Mainstreet Trading Company, Melrose

Mainstreet Trading are excited to welcome Jess Kidd to discuss Things in Jars, her gripping new novel set in Victorian London which Graham Norton has described as 'Thrilling, mysterious, twisted...'

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Tue, 21 May 19:30
Lighthouse Bookshop, Edinburgh

Lighthouse Bookshop is excited to welcome Dan Richards who will be discussing his stunning new book Outpost, and reminding us that there are still wild places out there on our crowded planet.

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Thu, 23 May 19:00
Bluecoat, Liverpool

Join award-winning author Dina Nayeri at the Writing on the Wall Festival as she provides insights into resettlement, identity and community when discussing her new book The Ungrateful Refugee.

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Fri, 24 May 19:00
Starlight Stage, Hay-on-Wye

Hay Festival are excited to welcome award-winning author Dina Nayeri to discuss her book The Ungrateful Refugee, in which she weaves together her own vivid story with those of other asylum seekers.

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Mon, 10 Jun 18:30
Waterstones- King Street, Lancaster

Waterstones Lancaster are thrilled to welcome debut novelist and poet Katie Hale who will be talking about her fantastic new novel My Name is Monster.

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Tue, 11 Jun 19:00
Foyles Charing Cross, London

Join Dina Nayeri at Foyles Charing Cross as she discusses her new book The Ungrateful Refugee with author Fatima Bhutto ahead of Refugee Week 2019.

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