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POSTPONED Books for Breakfast at Foyles - Jerry White - London in the 18th Century: A Great and Monstrous Thing

Thursday 12th April 2012 8:30am - 10:30am 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Chargeable Event

POSTPONED - This morning, explore an amazing century in the capital and be back at your desk by 11am. Described by the London coverTelegraph as 'A necessity for those of us who are not yet tired of life,' the third instalment of renowned historian Jerry White's London trilogy has been garnering mountains of praise. Meet Jerry and your fellow readers this morning over coffee and croissants, at the inaugural Books for Breakfast event in our cafe

As an introductory offer, your ticket price of £15 will include breakfast PLUS a copy of Jerry's new book (RRP £25).

For further information about Book For Breakfast events, email Richard.


Venue: The Cafe at Foyles, First Floor, 113 - 119 Charing Cross Road, London
Tickets: £15.00 Please note, in order to spare our trees, no physical tickets will be issued: the order confirmation you receive after purchasing your ticket/s is your proof of reservation.

 

Sorry, this event has been postponed.

 

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