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Bookshop Barnie: Jonathan Meades on ‘An Encyclopaedia of Myself’

Wednesday 16th July 2014 6:30pm - 8pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Free Event

Join writer and broadcaster Jonathan Meades in the first Bookshop Barnie to take place in our new flagship store.
Clive James has described Meades as the reincarnation of John Betjeman, while A A Gill says that 'Jonathan Meades is the Jonathan Meades of his generation'. Meades' encyclopaedic memoir has been described as 'a portrait of a disappeared provincial England' in which he takes a stroll down real and false memory lane.


Bookshop BarniesVenue: The Auditorium, Foyles, Charing Cross Road, London
Arrive: 6pm for a drink and a 6:30pm start.
Chair: Austin Williams, director, Future Cities Project
Tickets: FREE but please RSVP: futurecitiesproject@gmail.com
Please note that this event is part of the Critical Subjects Summer School organised by mantownhuman

 

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