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Time Out Live / Foyles present Douglas Coupland - Worst. Person. Ever.

Tuesday 8th October 2013 7pm - 8pm Shaw Theatre, 100-110 Euston Road, London, NW1 2AJ Literary Event, Chargeable Event

Meet Raymond Gunt. Foul-mouthed. Misanthropic. Divorced. You might like him. The downward spiral of this TV cameraman's career path is about to take in multiple comas, unjust imprisonment, nuclear war and forced re-enactments of scenes from Billy Elliot.

Meet Douglas Coupland. Author of Generation X, Microserfs, jPod and now Worst. Person. Ever. No writer captures the mass influence of pop culture quite like Douglas Coupland, and tonight he'll be on hand to answer your questions, before signing copies of his latest novel. Douglas will be in conversation with journalist and broadcaster Miranda Sawyer.


Time Out Live logoTickets:Tickets: £20 (ticket includes a copy of Douglas' new novel Worst. Person. Ever. worth £16.99), £10 ticket only.
For booking information visit the Time Out website

Venue: Shaw Theatre, 100-110 Euston Road, London NW1 2AJ



Author photo courtesy of D J Weir


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