Amis at QEH

Amis comes to Queen Elizabeth Hall

Thursday 5 April, 7.30pm

Queen Elizabeth Hall, London SE1

The following is from Alison McIntyre, Literature Marketing & Publicity Manager, Royal Festival Hall:

Martin Amis with Mark Lawson

An opportunity to spend an evening with Martin Amis, the pre-eminent novelist-critic of his generation. He will read from his new book, War Against Cliché, which spans the last twenty-five years and contains pieces on writers such as Saul Bellow, Don DeLillo, V. S. Pritchett and Thomas Harris, as well as covering chess, masculinity, Hillary Clinton and Margaret Thatcher. He will discuss these essays and his other work with Mark Lawson.

There will also be an opportunity to put your questions to Martin Amis.

Mark Lawson is a Guardian columnist and BBC broadcaster.

Tickets £8 (concessions £5.50)

Box Office 020 7960 4242 Book Online

Alison McIntyre
Literature Marketing & Publicity Manager
Royal Festival Hall

T 020 7921 0985
F 020 7633 0946

Book Online  


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