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Firestation Book Swap with Nick Harkaway and Matt Rudd

Tuesday 25th March 2014 6:30pm - 8:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Chargeable Event

The acclaimed book night comes to Foyles as Scott Pack (The Friday Project) and Marie Phillips (Gods Behaving Badly) present 'the literary event with a difference' (The Guardian). Bring a book to swap and leave with something new to read.

Why is it different? Because there are no readings from the authors, audience questions can be about anything apart from books and everyone gets a slice of cake. It doesn't sound like it will work, but it really does (most of the time). Slightly shambolic, yes. But loads of fun!

Also looking for swaps will be guest authors Nick Harkaway (Angelmaker) and Matt Rudd (The English: A Field Guide).

Tickets: £5 or free if you are one of the first ten people who promise to bake a cake and bring it along. Once these ten are gone, the ticket option will no longer be available below.
To secure your place add the required number of tickets to the basket. Please note that no physical tickets will be issued, the email confirmation you will receive is proof of your booking.




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