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Love it or hate it, there’s no escaping the pull that London exerts over inhabitants and visitors alike. Perhaps no other city has been written about quite so much, whether in books exploring its history, speculating about its future or celebrating the multi-stranded, multi-cultural, multi-lingual global experience that it is today. We’ve put together a selection of our favourite books about the city we love to hate, from its architecture to its coffee shops and pubs. Whether you’re exploring it by night or by day, on foot, wheels or by means of its notorious underground network, this selection will show you London as you may never have seen it before.

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From Page to Stage - Adapting The Hunting of the Snark

Garry McQuinn, Producer of The Hunting of the Snark, which opens this week at London's Vaudeville Theatre, describes the journey from page to stage.

#FoylesFive: Celebrating Beer

Earlier this year, Belgian beer culture finally officially took its rightful place on the World's Intangible Cultural Heritage list, where it now sits in good company with the likes of the French gastronomic meal, Cuban rumba and Spanish flamenco. To celebrate, here is a far from exhaustive selection of some of the beer literature that can help you better appreciate the delicate arts of brewing and drinking beer.

#FoylesFave: Dunkirk

This month history buffs and film fans are united as they eagerly await Christopher Nolan's portrayal of Dunkirk. Madga from our Birmingham branch reviews the accompanying book.

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