Unbound authors are a busy lot. Here is our upcoming event calendar for the UK. If you are putting an event on with an Unbound author let us know here and we will add it to the list.
With authors Mike Aylwin (Guardian rugby correspondent) with his dystopian sports satire, actor, writer and our man in Soho Grant Gillespie with a short story from He Played for his Wife and Brighton based Erinna Mettler with her brand new book 15 Minutes. £27 includes a delicious vegetarian supper and wine. To book tickets click here. Event starts at 6.45pm.
An Unbound Night Out returns with a fascinating panel discussion centred around the question: How Do You Write About Sex? Chaired by journalist, broadcaster and founder editor of The Amorist, Rowan Pelling. She is joined by journalist and author Emily Hill, alongside award-winning novelist Monique Roffey. Doors open at 6pm with the event starting at 7pm. Newham Books will be selling books on the night. Tickets £5 in advance/ £6 on the door. To book click here.
A whole weekend with many authors. Suzie Wilde will be talking about research for SFF. Event starts at 2.30pm, to book tickets click here.
The Brixton BookJam is a FREE quarterly literary event that is unpredictable, eclectic, and aims to curate the very best in South London writing. From a-listers to talented unknowns, each BookJam brings a range of talent to our dedicated and passionate audience. The next Brixton BookJam will be at 8pm on Monday 5th March 2018 at our regular venue The Hootananny, Brixton. Doors open at 7.30pm, and we’ll be hearing from Tony White, Mark Hill, Chris Chalmers, Sarah Robertson, Ivy Ngeow, Lorna Fraser, John Cullen, and Stevyn Colgan with more to be announced.
Join us for a magical evening to explore how words can become music with Jessica Duchen, Miranda Gold, Lev Parikian and Tot Taylor. They will be reading from their work and discussing the transformative potential of Literature that approaches - and often captures - the visceral power of musical forms. To book tickets click here. Event starts at 7pm.
This is the launch event for a two week festival of remembrance marking the centenary of the Armistice in 1918. To book tickets click here.