Remembering Harper Lee with Holly Bourne, Holly Smale, Anna James and special guests Catherine Johnson and Sarah Shaffi
Thursday 7th July 19:00 at London - Piccadilly
Harper Lee, who sadly died earlier this year, was a cultural icon both sides of the Atlantic: her novel To Kill A Mockingbird one of the greatest and most widely-read books of the 20th-century, inspiring not only literary but political shockwaves. The publication of Go Set A Watchman was a global phenomenon that made many of us re-read and re-think Mockingbird.
To remember Harper Lee and celebrate all that she stood for, one year on from Go Set A Watchman, we are thrilled to welcome Holly Bourne, Holly Smale, Anna James and special guests Catherine Johnson and Sarah Shaffi to Piccadilly for an evening of informal discussion on the books and the impact Harper Lee’s work has had on writers and readers alike. All most welcome.
£3 tickets include a glass of wine and are available in store, by telephone 020 7851 2400 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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