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The Week's Events

March 2019

Love & laughter: Celebrating the best of Rom Com

Tue 12 March @ 6:30 pm - Tue 7 May @ 9:00 pm
Soho Hotel United Kingdom + Google Map

Join London Book & Screen Week for a celebration of romantic comedies, both on the page and on screen. Chaired by the Romantic Novelists’ Association, the evening will host a sparkling discussion with a romance writer, name to be revealed, followed by a film screening selected by the author. Each ticket includes a complimentary drink on arrival. Get your tickets now

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Grantchester: James Runcie in conversation with Daisy Coulam

Wed 13 March @ 6:45 pm - 8:30 pm
Soho Hotel United Kingdom + Google Map

ITV’s hit drama Grantchester returns this spring, introducing a new face to the Cambridgeshire village- Reverend Will Davenport.  To celebrate, London Book & Screen Week are bringing together James Runcie, author of the novels behind the popular TV series (The Grantchester Mysteries), and Daisy Coulam, Grantchester’s lead script writer, to discuss the charms of crime-fighting clergy, on-set antics, and the fascinating elements of creating a popular period drama. James will also share details of his new novel - The Road…

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The late, great, Queen Victoria: Lucy Worsley in conversation with Roya Nikkhah

Thu 14 March @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Covent Garden Hotel, 10 Monmouth Street
London, WC2H 9HB
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Queen Victoria truly brought girl power to the British monarchy. To celebrate the 200th anniversary of her birth in 2019, London Book & Screen Week is delighted to welcome acclaimed historian Lucy Worsley to discuss her major new biography Queen Victoria: Daughter, Wife, Mother. From passionate princess to remarkably successful queen, this royal affair will explore Queen Victoria’s defining moments, how she invented a new role for the monarchy and her lasting legacy. Lucy will be in conversation with Royal…

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Holly Bourne in conversation

Thu 14 March @ 6:45 pm - 8:30 pm
Covent Garden Hotel, 10 Monmouth Street
London, WC2H 9HB
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London Book & Screen Week is delighted to host Queen of YA fiction Holly Bourne. Holly is author of the award-winning Spinster Club series and bestselling adult novel - How Do You Like Me Now? - a huge hit in 2018. The straight-talking novelist will discuss mental health, feminism, female friendship and realistic romance, alongside her latest novel Are We All Lemmings and Snowflakes? The book follows Olive, a girl on the edge, who sparks a grassroots campaign to spread kindness…

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The enduring appeal of Oscar Wilde: Dr Michèle Mendelssohn in conversation with Paul Burston

Fri 15 March @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Groucho Club, 45 Dean Street
London, W1D 4QB United Kingdom
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London Book & Screen Week is going Wilde for St Patrick’s Day! Join Dr Michèle Mendelssohn, who will discuss her acclaimed new biography Making Oscar Wilde with journalist and author Paul Burston, founder of the UK’s leading LGBT literary salon, Polari. Offering an insightful new examination of Wilde’s early career, Making Oscar Wilde tells the story of a local Irish eccentric called Oscar who became a global cultural icon. Set on two continents, the book is a cultural history of…

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Honey & Co. at the Good Housekeeping Institute

Sat 16 March @ 10:30 am - 1:00 pm
Good Housekeeping Institute Cookery School, 25 Saint Anne's Court W1F 0BJ United Kingdom + Google Map

Come and meet Sarit Packer and Itamar Srulovich, the amazing food duo behind the award-winning Honey & Co. Hear them talk about, and learn a trick or two from, their critically acclaimed book, At Home: Middle Eastern recipes from our kitchen, which takes Sarit and Itamar out of the restaurant kitchen and into their flat. Enjoy a complementary tea or coffee on arrival before watching Sarit and Itamar cook up four fantastic recipes from the book. Attendees will have an…

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