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Gollanczfest - Saturday Afternoon Ticket

Saturday 17th September 2016 3pm - 6pm 107 Charing Cross Road Chargeable Event

Come and join esteemed science fiction and fantasy publisher Gollancz and a host of their authors for an afternoon of discussion and debate. This ticket grants holders access to all four afternoon panels in the Foyles auditorium including:


Panel 1. Utopia vs Conflict

Ezekiel Boone, Al Robertson and Jon Wallace discussing why we are in love with the end of the world.


Panel 2. The Comfort Zone: Leave or Remain?

Alex Lamb, Christopher Priest and Miles Cameron will be discussing how important originality is and do readers even want it.


Panel 3. Don't Make Me Laugh

Stephen Deas, Tom Lloyd and Simon Morden discuss the role and difficulties of humour in fiction.


Panel 4. Does Anyone Need a Wee?

Ben AaronovitchEd Cox, Joanne Harris and Scott Lynch will be discussing the logistics in fantasy.


The session will run from 3pm until 6pm, with a 20 minute interval, and will be followed by a signing from all authors.


Tickets: This event is sold out

Please note, no physical tickets will be issued, the email confirmation you receive is proof of your booking.

Venue: Foyles, 107 Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0DT


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