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Know Your Place: Kit de Waal, Lee Rourke and Gena-mour in conversation

Tuesday 24th October 2017 7pm - 8pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Signing, Chargeable Event

Join writer and novelist Kit de Waal, Lee Rourke and Gena-mour in conversation with author and editor of The Good Immigrant, Nikesh Shukla as they discuss issues facing the working class to mark the release of the new book of essays Know Your Place.

Inspired by a tweet from Nikesh himself in the wake of the Brexit vote last June, 21 authors where brought together by a campaign through Kickstarter to create a compendium offering their unique perspectives on what it means to be working class in Britain today.

Kit Dewaal, Lee Rourke and Gena-mour will be with us giving their insights on growing up on in a working class background and current affairs interviewed by Nikesh Shukla. 

 

Tickets: £8 per ticket or £5 for Foyalty members. You must have your Foyalty card on you on the night to present at the door. Not a Foyalty member? Sign up for free here.
Venue: The Auditorium at Foyles, Level 6, 107 Charing Cross Road

 

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