Thursday, August 30, 2007

Aoife Mannix on TONIGHT in London: 30th August

Book Slam with poet Aoife Mannix

Neighbourhood, 12 Acklam Road, London, W10 5QZ
Thursday 30th August

The latest installment of this regular literary night features poet Aoife Mannix, novelist Hari Kunzru, Basement Jaxx singer Vulu plus DJ Strangely Brown. Hosted by Patrick Neate.

Tickets: £5 in advance / £6 on the door
Visit to buy tickets in advance.

"It's the height of Summer and we're the height of fashion - 'pretty much unmissable' coos Time Out. And we are unmissable, aren't we? We serve fine literature and Thai food. Come early, leave late. This month's guests include: -

Hari Kunzru - The bestselling author of 'The Impressionist' and 'Transmission' celebrates the publication of his brand new novel, 'My Revolutions'.
Vula - The Basement Jaxx singer gets, to anglicize the popular American argot, stripped down and acoustic on your arse. Quite.
Aoife Mannix - Aoife's lovely. She's a brilliant poet who's just published her first collection, 'The Elephant In The Corner'. She was also with me on the only occasion I've visited Middlesborough.
Plus, DJ Strangely Brown. He defies description.

Support free thinking and diverse culture. Or stay in and read Harry Potter. Apparently Voldemort did it."

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