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LONDON EXCLUSIVE EVENT! Martin Amis - Lionel Asbo

Tuesday 12th June 2012 7pm - 8:30pm Bloomsbury Theatre Literary Event, Chargeable Event

The prolific and widely loved British author, whose 1984 novel Money was adapted to a stellar two-part BBC drama in 2010, Lionel Asbo jackettakes some time out to talk to us about his brand new novel, Lionel Asbo: State of England, about a violent young criminal who wins the lottery from within the confines of his prison cell. You can expect it to be as raw as previous material, as he deconstructs the fickle role of capitalism in western society. This evening will be followed by a signing with Martin Amis. Martin will be in conversation with journalist and author Sam Leith.

Venue: Bloomsbury Theatre, 15 Gordon St, London, WC1H 0AH

Tickets: £12.00, concessions £10. To book tickets visit www.timeout.com/live

 

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