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An Evening with James Cahill

Wednesday 15th June 2022
18:00 - 19:30 at Waterstones, Cambridge

An Evening with James Cahill

Join the incredibly talented James Cahill as he discusses his novel Tiepolo Blue – an exquisite mid-life coming -of-age story charting one man's sexual awakening and his spectacular fall from grace in 1990s London. Initially set in Peterhouse College Cambridge in 1994, this novel raises timely questions about art and beauty, sex and censure.


He'll be in conversation with British classicist and art historian Caroline Vout.


Event will take place on the third floor mezzanine.


Book signing to take place after in-conversation.



James Cahill has worked in both the art world and academia for the last ten years, combining writing and research with a role at a leading contemporary art gallery. He is currently a Research Fellow in Classics at King's College London. His writing has been published in the TLS and the London Review of Books among other publication.


Professor Caroline Vout is Professor of Classics at the University of Cambridge, Director of the Museum of Classical Archaeology (from January 2021), Fellow and Director of Studies in Classics at Christ's College, and the Byvanck Chair of Classical Archaeology/Art History at the University of Leiden.


Cambridge Waterstones, Cambridge
Wednesday 15th June 2022
18:00 - 19:30

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