Monday, 9 June 2008

Events for Tomorrow, Tuesday, June 10

Writing Bond
Date: 10th June 2008
Location: Imperial War Museum, London

Author and journalist Ben Macintyre will chair a panel of authors looking at how they each took on the legend of Fleming’s James Bond and made it their own. This will include Kate Westbrook, author of The Moneypenny Diaries; Charlie Higson, author of the Young Bond novels; Fleming’s biographer Andrew Lycett and Fleming’s niece Kate Grimond.

This event will be interpreted in British Sign Language by TRI UK.

Tickets are £15, concessions £12
Call: 020 7416 5439 or email /
Ticket price includes access to the exhibition. Booking is strongly recommended.

David Lodge
Tuesday 10 June at 8:00 PM
Blackheath Halls
23 Lee Road
London SE3 9RQ
Box Office: 020 8463 0100
Admin: 020 8318 9758
Fax: 020 8852 5154

David Lodge introduces his new Book ‘Deaf Sentence’, a brilliant, elegiac novel of one man's effort to come to terms with deafness and death, ageing and mortality, the comedy and tragedy of human lives.

David Lodge's novels include Changing Places, Small World, Nice Work, Therapy, Thinks... and Author, Author. He has also written stage plays and screenplays, and several books of literary criticism, including The Art of Fiction, Consciousness and the Novel and, most recently, The Year of Henry James.

£8 - free glass of wine/soft drink with every ticket

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