I’m doing a reading at the esteemed Travel Bookshop in Notting Hill, West London, tomorrow – Thursday 14th October. Doors open, 6.30, we kick off at 7pm.
The talks I’ve been doing at festivals up and down the country have been getting bigger and bigger and selling out, which is deeply gratifying. This is more intimate, and is the first one I’ve done in London for nearly a year.
As an added attraction, we have a couple of quite cool beers. As the bookshop is on Fuller’s manor, I asked them if you would supply a couple of beers. So we’re going to have Bengal Lancer to taste, and then, as we talk about how IPA aged, we’re going to illustrate this with the 2005 expression of Fuller’s Vintage Ale, which is drinking particularly well just now according to head brewer John Keeling.
All this for the measly price of £5! Buy now from here (as I said, it’s an intimate venue) to avoid disappointment.
Hope to see you there.