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 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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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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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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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 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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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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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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