There will be laughter, there will be tears (in a good way), there will be music, and there will be fantastic food and drink! What more could you ask for?
I’m giving my first proper book talk on Tuesday 27 October at the brilliant, atmospheric Wanstead Tap.
It’s just a few minutes walk from either Forest Gate or Wanstead Park stations on London’s overground. For those who don’t know, Forest Gate’s only 11 minutes from Liverpool Street, so, Londoners, you have no excuse for not attending! Here’s a map. Yes, you can even park in the roads nearby.
You can buy advanced tickets for a bargain £5 here.
I saw the fantastic Dr Matthew Green talk there recently about his great new book on the history of London. The audience was packed so come along and make it just as good! The venue’s also hosted the likes of Michael Rosen and other amazing people, so I’m very honoured to do it.
I might ask you to sing. Apologies in advance.
The day afterwards, I’ll be doing a 15-minute turn on Radio 4’s brilliant Four Thought programme talking about nationalism more generally. So if you can’t make the Tap talk, listen out for that!