Events

Mon, 18 Mar 19:30
Brockway Room, Conway Hall, London

Conway Hall Ethical Society welcomes Julia Shaw as she grapples with thorny dilemmas such as ‘Why do I want to murder my spouse?’ when discussing her new book Making Evil.

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Tue, 19 Mar 19:00
EarthH, Hackney, London

Join 5x15 in welcoming Robert Elms, the voice of BBC Radio London, who will be discussing his new book London Made Us which takes the reader on a personal journey to celebrate the tumultuous city.

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Tue, 26 Mar 19:00
The British Library, London

We are delighted to present singer-songwriter Tracey Thorn as she discusses her new book Another Planet with journalist Anita Sethi and fellow musician Viv Albertine at The British Library. 

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Wed, 27 Mar 18:30
Waterstones West End, Edinburgh

Join Costa Award-wining author Keggie Carew in conversation with Lee Randall as she discusses her new book Quicksand Tales, all about her most awkward, funny, terrible and all-too-relatable moments.

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Wed, 27 Mar 20:00
Lighthouse Bookshop, Edinburgh

Join us for an evening with Harriet Shawcross, an award-winning documentary filmmaker, as she talks to us about her debut book, Unspeakable: The Things We Cannot Say

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Thu, 28 Mar 18:30
Waterstones, St. Andrews

We are excited to announce that we will be hosting an evening with Keggie Carew to discuss her latest novel, Quicksand Tales: The Misadventures of Keggie Carew

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Thu, 28 Mar 19:30
National Concert Hall, Dublin

Join Matt Haig at the National Concert Hall as he explores the challenges posed by our ever-changing technological landscape through discussing his book Notes on a Nervous Planet.

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Fri, 29 Mar 18:00
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow

Join Keggie Carew and Christina Patterson at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall as the discuss their books, Quicksand Tales and The Art of Not Falling Apart (part of the Aye Write Festival). 

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Fri, 29 Mar 19:45
Mitchell Library, Glasgow

The Aye Write Festival are pleased to welcome Harriet Shawcross who will explore how and why words fail us as she discusses her new book Unspeakable.

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Sat, 30 Mar 14:30
The Old Market, Hove

Join bestselling author Matt Haig as he discusses his book Notes on a Nervous Planet and tackles questions such as, how can we stay sane on a planet that makes us mad?

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Sat, 30 Mar 18:30
Mountains to the Sea: dlr Book Festival, Dublin

Don't miss singer-songwriter Tracey Thorn in conversation with Nadine O'Regan at the Mountains to the Sea: dlr Book Festival where she will be discussing her forthcoming book Another Planet

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Sat, 30 Mar 19:30
The Old Market, Hove

The Old Market welcomes Matt Haig for a positive and insightful evening as he discusses his book Notes on a Nervous Planet.

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Sun, 31 Mar 16:00
dlr Lexlcon, Dublin

Come along to the Mountains to Sea Festival and listen to the brilliant Jess Kidd in conversation with Sara Keating as they discuss Things in Jars, her enchanting new Victorian detective novel.

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Sun, 31 Mar 16:30
Northern Rock Foundation Hall, Gateshead

Some people, some times, just can’t say what they want to. But why not? Come and listen to Harriet Shawcross discuss this and her new book Unspeakable at the BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking Festival.

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Sun, 31 Mar 18:30
Mitchell Library, Glasgow

Join Malachy Tallack at the Aye Write Festival as he discusses his new book The Valley at the Centre of the World, which explores community and isolation, what is passed down, and what is often lost.

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Tue, 02 Apr 18:00
Waterstones Tottenham Court Road, London

Join Waterstones Tottenham Court Road for a very special evening with beloved broadcaster and author Robert Elms as he talks about his new book, London Made Us.

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Tue, 02 Apr 19:00
Pages of Hackney, London

Join us as we welcome award-winning journalist and film-maker Harriet Shawcross to read from and discuss her new book, Unspeakable: The Things We Cannot Say.

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Wed, 03 Apr 18:00
Waterstones Deansgate, Manchester

Join us in store for a discussion of silence, language and the difficulty of finding your voice, based upon the new non-fiction work Unspeakable, by Harriet Shawcross, in conversation with Kate Feld.

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Thu, 04 Apr 19:00
The London Transport Museum, Covent Garden, London

Robert Elms has seen London change beyond all imagining. In conversation with Jason Solomons, he takes us back through time and place to myriad Londons whilst discussing his book London Made Us.

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Sat, 06 Apr 11:00
Blackwell's Broad Street, Oxford

This month in our free series of monthly philosophy talks, Philosophy in the Bookshop, host Nigel Warburton will be in discussion with Dr Julia Shaw about her book 'Making Evil: The Science Behind Humanity's Dark Side'.

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Wed, 10 Apr 20:00
Topping St Andrews, St. Andrews

We are delighted to welcome Richard Holloway to Topping St Andrews to celebrate the release of Waiting for the Last Bus in paperback. 

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Thu, 11 Apr 17:30
Cabaret Bar, Pleasance, Edinburgh

The Edinburgh Science Festival are excited to examine the science behind humanity's dark side with Dr Julia Shaw as she discusses her new book Making Evil.

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Fri, 12 Apr 19:30
Palace Theatre, Newark

Matt Haig returns to the Palace Theatre to discuss his book Notes on a Nervous Planet and explore the questions that often plague our thoughts such as, how do we stay human in a technological world?

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Sun, 14 Apr 19:30
The Storyhouse, Chester

Join Matt Haig at The Storyhouse as he discusses his book Notes on a Nervous Planet, which is a personal and vital look at how to feel happy, human and whole in the twenty-first century.

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