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Victoria Glendinning

The Butcher's Daughter

Wednesday 27th June at 6:30pm

Tickets £3.00, available over the phone on 01799 524 552 or in-store.

We are delighted to welcome Victoria Glendinning to the Owl to talk about her new historical novel The Butcher’s Daughter.  It is 1535 and Agnes Peppin, daughter of a West Country butcher, leaves her family home in disgrace. Banished and forced to abandon her new-born infant, she is meant to live out her days cloistered […]

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TOM SCHULLER

The Paula Principle

Thursday 7th June at 6:30pm

Free Entry

Join us to hear a free talk by local author Tom Schuller about his book The Paula Principle which was shortlisted for the CMI Management Book of the Year Award 2018 Women now outperform men at every level of education, yet in the workplace they are under-promoted and under-paid. In The Paula Princple, Tom Schuller examines […]

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MEG FEE – SOLD OUT

in conversation with Laura Jane Williams

Monday 14th May at 6:30pm

Tickets £3.00, available over the phone on 01799 524 552 or in-store.

Meg Fee talks to author & Red columnist Laura Jane Williams about her new book ‘Places I Stopped on the Way Home’, her love letter to New York. Join us for a warm and wonderful chat about blogging, loving, heartbreak and hope, friendship, the coolest places in the city and the best way to survive […]

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The Pottery Press

Maureen Duffy, Frances Bingham, Jeremy Hooker

Monday 23rd April at 6:30pm

Free Entry

Join us for a celebration to mark the publication of the first three Pottery Press Pamphlets Featuring Maureen Duffy, Frances Bingham, and Jeremy Hooker There will be wine, book-signing and partying – all three writers will be reading from their books.     Maureen Duffy  Past Present: Piers Plowless & Sir Orfeo (Pamphlet 1) A […]

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AMANDA CRAIG

In conversation with Elizabeth Day

Monday 16th April at 6:30pm

Tickets £5.00, available over the phone on 01799 524 552 or in-store.

We are delighted to be welcoming local author Amanda Craig to the Owl to talk about her latest novel The Lie of the Land. Elizabeth Day, acclaimed author of The Party, just out in paperback, will be interviewing. Quentin and Lottie Bredin, like many modern couples, can’t afford to divorce. Having lost their jobs in […]

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Genevieve Fox

Milkshakes and Morphine : A Memoir of Love and Loss

Tuesday 20th March at 6:30pm

Tickets £3.00, available over the phone on 01799 524 552 or in-store.

Join us to hear Genevieve Fox in conversation with Clare Longrigg When Genevieve Fox finds a lump in her throat, she turns up for the hospital diagnosis in a party frock and fancy hair. I can’t have cancer, she thinks. I’ve done my hair. But there is another reason she can’t countenance cancer. Genevieve was orphaned […]

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MARK SWENARTON – SOLD OUT

Cook's Camden

Monday 12th March at 6:30pm

Tickets £5.00, available over the phone on 01799 524 552 or in-store.

The housing projects built in Camden in the 1960s and 1970s when Sydney Cook was borough architect are widely regarded as the most important urban housing built in the UK in the past 100 years. Cook recruited some of the brightest talent available in London at the time and the schemes – which included Alexandra […]