Planning Ahead: Stations at Whitechapel

The Stations roadshow (or should that be railshow?) rolls on into January.  We will be reading at

Whitechapel Ideas Store, 321 Whitechapel Road, E1 1BU

on Thursday 17th January 2013. 18:00-20:00.

come and listen to tales of:

Dalston moving day with Wendy Gill

History comes to life at Rotherhithe with Cherry Potts

Estate Agents get more than they bargained for at Shadwell with Bartle Sawbridge

Vampires struggle to cope with modern Hoxton with Caroline Hardman

Love blossoms amongst the coffee cups fo Brockley for Rosalind Stopps

and Aliens interfere in Emily’s career plan at Haggerston with Michael Trimmer

 

Stations Reading at Brick Lane Bookshop

Thursday 6th December 7pm

Join us to celebrate the East London section of our book, Stations, with readings for Hoxton, Shoreditch High Street, Whitechapel, Dalston and Shadwell.

Brick Lane Bookshop
166 Brick Lane
E1 6RU
(Closest Overground station: Shoreditch High Street)
Owing to geographical impossibility and prior bookings we will have two of the stories read by actors, so those who are unfamiliar with the Liars’ League way of doing things can explore the different texture to be had from an actor and an author reading their work in public.

Reading on behalf of Katy Darby (Shoreditch High Street) Gloria Sanders
Reading on behalf of Rob Walton (Whitechapel) Tony Bell
Reading on their own behalf
Bartle Sawbridge (Shadwell)
Caroline Hardman (Hoxton)
and Wendy Gill (Dalston)

Discover what the well dressed vampire gets up to on a day up from the coast, what sharks have to do with WWI, how to entice the one you love with art, how not to sell property, and how to trust your offspring to make their own decisions.