Events

Sun, 29 Apr 13:30
Village Hall, Colonsay

Malachy Tallack will lead us on a journey through The Un-Discovered Islands, before reading from his first novel The Valley at The Centre of the World, due for publication early May 2018.

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Wed, 02 May 18:30
St Vincent's Chapel, Edinburgh

Golden Hare Books are so happy to once again launch a brilliant new book by Malachy Tallack, this time his debut novel! Come along and celebrate with us in St Vincent’s Chapel!

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Fri, 11 May 10:00
St James' Church, Chipping Campden

Richard Holloway, one of the most important and beloved religious leaders of our time, presents a positive, meditative and profound exploration of the many important lessons we can learn from death.

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Wed, 23 May 20:00
Brighton Dome Concert Hall, Brighton

David Shrigley will present an illustrated talk about his work containing numerous rambling anecdotes. It will not be in the slightest bit boring: he has signed a written agreement to this effect, signed in his own blood.

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Sat, 28 Apr 15:00
Henry Wellcome Auditorium, Wellome Collection, London

Join five of this year’s Wellcome Book Prize shortlisted authors as they discuss their perspectives on how medicine can touch our lives with Lisa O’Kelly

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Sun, 29 Apr 15:00
Cecil Sharpe House, 2 Regents Park Road, London

On the eve of the prize announcement, join Ayọ̀bámi Adébáyọ̀ and the other finalists of the Wellcome Book Prize 2018 as they gather to present their work in a spirit of friendly competition.

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Wed, 02 May 18:30
Broadway Cinema, 14 - 18 Broad Street, Nottingham

Join Robert Webb as he muses on How Not To Be a Boy at this event hosted by Waterstones Nottingham. 

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Thu, 03 May 19:00
Waterstones Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow

An evening to celebrate the release of Malachy Tallack's exquisite debut novel, The Valley at the Centre of the World

£3 ticket prize redeemable against a copy of the book

Booking info coming soon

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Thu, 03 May 19:00
Tyneside Cinema, 10 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Join Robert Webb as he muses on How Not To Be a Boy at this event hosted by Waterstones Newcastle.

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Wed, 23 May 17:30
Charleston Festival, West Firle

Join Robert Webb as he discusses his Number One Sunday Times Bestseller, How Not To Be a Boy.

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Thu, 24 May 17:30
Assembly Rooms, Bennett St, Bath

Join Robert Webb as he discusses his Number One Sunday Times Bestseller, How Not To Be a Boy.

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Fri, 25 May 19:00
Oxfam Moot, Hay Festival

Join Robert Webb as he discusses his Number One Sunday Times Bestseller, How Not To Be a Boy.

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Sat, 26 May 19:30
The Black-E, WOW Festival, Liverpool

Robert Webb discusses his bestselling How Not To Be a Boy with Jordan Stephens of Rizzle Kicks

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Sun, 27 May 13:00
Tata Tent, Hay Festival

Join Richard Rogers, pre-eminent architect of his generation, in conversation with Stirling-prize winning architect Amanda Levete. 

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Mon, 28 May 17:30
Llwyfan Cymru – Wales Stage, Hay Festival

A conversation and reading with three of the most extraordinary young talents in international fiction: Mick Kitson, Jacek Dehnel and Sharlene Teo.

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Wed, 30 May 19:00
TBC, Manchester

Bad Language is a monthly night of spoken word, fiction and poetry on the last Wednesday of every month

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Wed, 30 May 19:30
Festival Big Top, Steyning

Join Robert Webb as he discusses his Number One Sunday Times Bestseller, How Not To Be a Boy.

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Thu, 31 May 12:00
The Principal Grand Central, Glasgow

Gliterary Lunches returns to Glasgow for another stylish lunch which brings together good books, good food and good company.

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Foyles Charing Cross Road, London

Join Robert Webb as he discusses his Number One Sunday Times Bestseller, How Not To Be a Boy.

Thu, 31 May 20:30
Starlight Stage, Hay Festival

Join Mark Cousins as he talks to Matt Stadlen about his brilliant and eclectic The Story of Looking

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Fri, 01 Jun 17:00
St John's Theatre & Art Centre, Listowel

Join internationally bestselling author Lidia Yuknavitch in discussion with Evelyn O'Rourke during Listowel Writer's Week

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Sun, 03 Jun 10:00
Llwyfan Cymru – Wales Stage, Hay Festival

Internationally bestselling author Lidia Yuknavitch discusses her genre-defying masterpiece, The Book of Joan

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Sun, 03 Jun 14:30
Oxfam Moot, Hay Festival

Join Richard Holloway as he discusses his moving and profound exploration of death in Waiting for the Last Bus.

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Sat, 07 Jul 11:30
Dye House Gallery, Bradford College, Bradford

Join Jules Evans and Ellis Cashmore as they discuss the modern-day cult of celebrity – the people we lionize and adore – and how pop culture inspires an almost religious zeal in its followers.

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