Bosh! How to Live Vegan with Henry Firth and Ian Theasby

Wednesday 9th October 2019
19:30 at Waterstones, Brighton

We are delighted to welcome back Henry Firth and Ian Theasby of BOSH!, the world’s largest plant-based Facebook channel. Following on from the success if BOSH! And BISH, BASH, BOSH!, the boys are back with a comprehensive guide on how to live vegan, which covers all aspects of vegan living from food to toiletries to travel.

Tickets: £13 includes entry and a copy of How to Live Vegan or £4 general admission (tickets include all bookings fees and a glass of wine of arrival)

Live Vegan. Feel Amazing. Change Your Life.

Do you want to go vegan but have no idea where to start? Are you overwhelmed by the amount of information out there and how difficult it seems to stay on track? BOSH!, the pioneers of simple, easy and delicious plant-based cooking, are here to help and make a sustainable and ethical lifestyle accessible to everyone.

BOSH! How to Live Vegan will cover all aspects of vegan living, everything from food to toiletries to travel. Should you be eating avocados? Is it still ok to wear an old leather belt? What do you tell your friends when they offer you a glass of non-vegan wine? Henry and Ian will answer these questions and more in this fully-comprehensive guide to a plant-based lifestyle.

Whether you are a committed vegan, looking to improve your vegan lifestyle or starting out for the first time, this book has all the know-how and inspiration you need.


Brighton Waterstones, Brighton
Wednesday 9th October 2019

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