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FIRST LONDON EVENT! TIME OUT LIVE & FOYLES present CAITLIN MORAN – Moranthology Back to Events »

Thursday 13th September 2012 7pm - 8pm Bloomsbury Theatre Literary Event, Chargeable Event

Time Out Live logoSORRY, THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT! Fresh off the back of her 2011 Galaxy Book of the Year award, acclaimed columnist, author and Twitter superstar Caitlin Moran joins Time Out Live and Foyles for an exclusive event for her new book, Moranthology. In this, the first ever collection of her writing, Moran discusses everything from hitting up the sex clubs with Lady Gaga to running late for a Downing Street meeting with Gordon Brown.
Grab this rare opportunity to see the self-described 'shit Dickens or Orwell, with tits' at this special event at the Bloomsbury Theatre, complete with readings and Q&A.

Moranthology will be published by Ebury Press on September 13, 2012.

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

Tickets: SORRY - SOLD OUT!

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