To download the full brochure, follow this link: LBSW_16 Brochure and check out our selected highlights below….
Polari Soho Special on Monday 11 April
The Light Lounge, Soho (6pm)
Belgravia: bringing the Dickensian serial into the digital age on Tuesday 12 April
Berkley Ballroom, Belgravia (6pm)
Julian Fellowes in conversation with Jessica Fellowes, author of the official Downton Abbey companion books, about his life and his new story Belgravia, released over 11 weeks through an innovative new app.
Shakespeare Special on Wednesday 13 April
Covent Garden Hotel (5.30pm)
An event in partnership with Digital Theatre to discuss one of Shakespeare’s best loved plays: The Merchant of Venice. Howard Jacobson will be joined by British actor, Henry Goodman in a special event chaired by broadcaster and producer Fiona Lindsay. A copy of Shylock is My Name is included in the ticket price. Tickets £25: http://london-book-and-screen-week.bitnamiapp.com/event/shakespeare-special/
Sketchbook Social on Thursday 14 April
Café 1001, Brick Lane (7pm)
Get your pencils at the ready and join us to sketch up a storm at Sketchbook Social!
Growing Up With Bob Hoskins on Friday 15 April
Soho House, Dean St (5pm)
Remembering the times they shared together; Rosa Hoskins is in conversation with Larushka Ivan-Zadeh, film editor at Metro, about her memoir, It’s All Going Wonderfully Well, a revealing portrait of one of the country’s best-loved actors, and a moving story of a close bond between father and daughter.
Special screening of Despite the Falling Snow, with Q&A on Sunday 17 April
An exclusive Q&A with Shamim Sarif, the author, scriptwriter and director of the film, and the executive producer Hanan Kattan, in conversation with Vanity Fair‘s associate editor and London correspondent Bridget Arsenault, plus a special guest to be announced.