Sex & Politics: An evening with Lucy-Anne Holmes and Robert Woodshaw

Tuesday 24th September 2019
19:30 at Waterstones, Brighton

An evening of
Join Lucy-Anne Holmes and Robert Woodshaw as they delve into the passions and frustrations that led them to write about sex and politics.
Lucy-Anne Holmes, award winning rom-com writer and founder of the successful No More Page 3 campaign, talks about her memoir Don’t Hold My Head Down. The story of how she found feminism through sex and took on the The Sun over Page 3.
And Robert Woodshaw introduces his debut novel, The Iron Bird, which reinvents Animal Farm for the modern reader. What animal is David Cameron? And why would Baroness Thatcher want to inspect an organ that has been inserted into the mouth of a pig?
Both books are published by Unbound.
With dramatised readings*, author interviewing author, and a frank Q&A, this will be unlike any other author event you've attended.
*clothes will remain on at all

Tickets for this event are £4 including booking fees. They are available online from the bottom of this page, by emailing [email protected], by calling 01273206017 or by speaking to our ground floor booksellers.

Further details: 01273206017

Brighton Waterstones, Brighton
Tuesday 24th September 2019

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