Events

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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Sun, 26 May 10:00
River Cottage HQ, Dorset/Devon

The wonderful Samin Nosrat (Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat) will be appearing as part of the River Cottage Food Fair! For full details of the line-up and to order tickets, visit the fair’s website.

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Mon, 27 May 10:30
Perch Hill Farm, Sussex

A food demonstration leading to a feast of a lunch, with none other than Samin Nosrat (Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat). Learn how to balance flavours and create stunning dishes.

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Tue, 04 Jun 19:00
Blackwell's Bookshop, Oxford

Blackwell's is delighted to welcome Dina Nayeri who will be discussing her powerful and thought-provoking book The Ungrateful Refugee, a timely and personal examination of the refugee experience.

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Thu, 06 Jun 18:30
The Second Shelf, London

Join The Second Shelf to celebrate Dina Nayeri's work of memoir and reportage The Ungrateful Refugee, in which she weaves together the story of her own refugee journey with the tales of others.

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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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Tue, 18 Jun 19:00
Foyles Charing Cross, London

Hear award-winning Irish novelist Kevin Barry (Beatlebone, City of Bohane) discuss his new tragicomic novel Night Boat to Tangier with acclaimed author Max Porter (Lanny) at Foyles Charing Cross.

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Tue, 18 Jun 19:00
Waterstones Bristol Galleries, Bristol

Come along to the Bristol Festival of Ideas and listen to the remarkable Dina Nayeri discuss her book The Ungrateful Refugee, which gives voice to those whose stories are too often lost or suppressed

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Wed, 19 Jun 19:00
Mr B's Emporium, Bath

Come to Mr B's Emporium and discover the most beautifully nostalgic and moving book you’ll ever read about gangsters as Kevin Barry talks about his new novel Night Boat to Tangier.

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Wed, 19 Jun 19:30
The Steyning Centre, Saxon Room, Steyning

Come along to the Steyning Bookshop where Dina Nayeri will be exploring the refugee experience, and its public and political perception, when discussing her powerful new book The Ungrateful Refugee.

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Thu, 20 Jun 13:00
University of East London, Docklands Campus, London

To celebrate World Refugee Day 2019, the University of East London welcome Dina Nayeri who will be discussing her book The Ungrateful Refugee, an agenda-setting examination of the refugee experience.

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Thu, 20 Jun 19:00
Libreria Bookshop, London

Join Libreria Bookshop in welcoming multi-award-winning author Kevin Barry to talk about his much anticipated new tragicomic masterwork Night Boat to Tangier.

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Fri, 21 Jun 19:00
Waterstones Castle Street, Norwich

In partnership with Norwich Refugee Week, Waterstones Norwich are most excited to welcome Dina Nayeri to discuss her forthcoming book The Ungrateful Refugee.

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Sun, 23 Jun 17:00
The Henrietta Barnett School, Central Square, Hampstead Garden Suburb

Join Proms at St Jude's LitFest in welcoming Alan Rusbridger who will be discussing his book Breaking News, a passionate and insightful defence of quality journalism.

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Sun, 23 Jun 19:00
Theatre Royal, Brighton

Damian Barr's Literary Salon is delighted to welcome Tracey Thorn to discuss her brilliant book Another Planet alongside Dustin Lance Black.You don't want to miss this!

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Thu, 27 Jun 18:30
Waterstones, Kendal

Katie Hale will be at Waterstones Kendal to talk about her new book My Name is Monster, a novel about power and the things that society leaves imprinted on us when the rules no longer apply.

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Sat, 29 Jun 15:30
Queens Park Community Tent, Queen's Park, London

Queen's Park Book Festival is delighted to welcome Dina Nayeri to talk about her timely and provocative new book The Ungrateful Refugeein conversation with the prize-winning Jennifer Nadel.

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Sun, 30 Jun 16:15
Alhambra - The Studio, Bradford

In this timely event at the Bradford Literature Festival, Dina Nayeri will pull back the curtain on the experiences of immigrants in the West as she discusses her new book The Ungrateful Refugee.

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Thu, 25 Jul 12:00
Port Eliot, St Germans, Cornwall

Join Robert Elms at the Port Eliot Festival (25th-28th July 2019), where he will be discussing his brilliant new book London Made Us.

(Exact Time/Date released soon)

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Thu, 25 Jul 12:00
Walled Garden, Port Eliot, St Germans, Cornwall

Port Eliot Festival (25th-28th July 2019) are delighted to welcome the brilliant Katie Hale who will be discussing her fantastic new novel My Name Is Monster.

(Exact date/time to be released soon)

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Thu, 25 Jul 12:00
The Walled Garden, Port Eliot, St Germans, Cornwall

Dina Nayeri will be at the Port Eliot Festival (25th-28th July 2019) to talk about her inspiring and insightful new book The Ungrateful Refugee.

(Exact date/time to be released soon)

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