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Red Birds and Mohammed Hanif at London Library

Thursday, October 11th | Mohammed Hanif and Red Birds 

Hosted in partnership with The London Library

Dubbed ‘Pakistan’s brightest voice’, bestselling prize-winning author, Mohammed Hannif, discusses “Red Birds” - his powerful satirical novel about war, family and love. The Bloomsbury Institute is proud to host an evening with Mohammed Hainf inside The London Library's beautiful Reading Room, a space normally open to members only. Hurry - places won't last.

"Witty, elegiac and deliciously anarchic" - John le Carre on A Case of Exploding Mangoes

Tickets £10/£15. Book your place via The London Library >>

Left Bank Art, Passion and the Rebirth of Paris, 1940-1950 with Agnes Poirier

Thursday, November 8th | Left Bank Art, Passion and the Rebirth of Paris, 1940-1950 with Agnès Poirier 

Hosted in partnership with The London Library

Agnès Poirier paints a captivating portrait of those who lived, loved, fought, played and flourished in Paris between 1940 and 1950 and whose intellectual and artistic output still influences us today. The Bloomsbury Institute is proud to host an evening with Agnès Poirier inside The London Library's beautiful Reading Room, a space normally open to members only. Hurry - places won't last. 

“Briskly plotted, gossip-fuelled, character-driven cultural history ... Poirier's hugely enjoyable, quick-witted and richly anecdotal book is magnifique'” –  The Times

“A tour de force … weaves together so many people, ideas, trends, occurrences, and above all Parisian places, into a tapestry of fascinations – a distillation of the essence of an amazing time … the best of its kind I have ever read” –  A.C. Grayling,

“A brilliant recapturing of a fascinating era. Artistic and intellectual Paris comes vividly and memorably alive in these pages. A tremendous achievement” –  William Boyd

Tickets £10/£15. Book your place via The London Library >>

Founding Bloomsbury Publishing: The Inside Story

Thursday, September 27th | Founding Bloomsbury Publishing: The Inside Story

Step inside Bloomsbury Publishing as we reveal the origins of a publishing company.

You're warmly invited to join us on Thursday, September 27th as we go all the way back to the beginning with three of the four original members of Bloomsbury to learn how it all began and discover what aspiring publishers today could learn from their experiences (if anything!).

We’re delighted to present an evening at Bloomsbury with Nigel Newton, David Reynolds and Liz Calder as they talk about those earliest days at Bloomsbury, the highest highs to the deepest lows and back again, with Daily Telegraph columnist and Bloomsbury author, Mick Brown, who was there at the beginning too.

Tickets £25/£20. Book your place via Eventbrite >>
Writing revolutionary plays with Hannah Khalil and Sabrina Mahfouz

Tuesday, October 9th | Writing revolutionary plays with Hannah Khalil and Sabrina Mahfouz

Step inside Bloomsbury Publishing for an evening on writing for the stage that challenges the status quo and debates the form of a play itself with leading playwrights Sabrina Mahfouz and Hannah Khalil. 
In an evening ideal for theatre-goers, storytellers and playwrights, we invite you to join us as two of the UK's leading playwrights, Hannah Khalil and Sabrina Mahfouz, talk about the way they approach writing new plays with wonderful sage of all things theatre and performance, Geoffrey Colman.
 
Tickets £5-£15. Book your place via Eventbrite >>

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