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Surely everyone in town is bored of the same old stodgy Sunday roasts by now? Food blogger, TV personality and Underground Restaurant founder Kerstin Rodgers aka Ms. Marmite Lover, has the solution – cut out the animal products and discover a whole exciting world of fresh new flavours! Kerstin is determined to get us all eating better, and her new book V is for Vegan is the perfect start. Skip the boring old beef & two veg and join us on Sunday 31st May from 1pm – 3pm for a culinary revelation. Drinks will be available care of your local bookshop, but the food will be lovingly prepared by Ms. Marmite Lover herself! Please ask a member of staff for more details, or email the usual address.
We love a good local city guide, and they don’t get much more local than this! Rose Rouse’s A London Safari: Walking Adventures in NW10 is a neighborhood historian’s dream, packed with fascinating detail about an often-overlooked corner of the capital. Featuring an eclectic bunch of fellow walkees including Louis Theroux, George the Poet and many more, all adding their own unique observations to Rose’s journey around the postcode, prepare to discover more about Willesden, Harlseden, Kensal Green and parts beyond than you could imagine!
The days are getting longer, and we’ve even seen some sun over the park lately – but London truly comes alive at night, as local author Matthew Beaumont can attest to! His fantastic new book Night Walking focuses on the forgotten London – the one that exists from dusk until dawn. Seen through the eyes of some of our literary greats and the people they met along the way, drawing on sources from De Quincey to Dickens, this is the perfect event for all you insomniac flaneurs out there – and everyone else, of course! Refreshments shall be available and of course we’ll have plenty of books to be signed!
Local authors Peter Stanford and Marina Cantacuzino will be exploring and discussing ideas of betrayal, reconciliation and forgiveness at this lively event!
Peter’s book Judas is an historical biography of one of our culture’s most reviled figures, covering two thousand years of myth and misconception. Marina’s The Forgiveness Project focuses on more contemporary conflicts, and our reactions to them. Is it always true that forgiving is easier said then done? Can we learn to be better people by examining the very worst? Join us at Queen’s Park Books as we (hopefully) reconcile the ancient and the modern, emotion and morality, and, of course, wine and refreshments!
Doors open on Thursday 18th June at 6.30pm. If you’d like to attend, please email us or phone 020 7625 1008.