Is London British? Iain Sinclair in conversation with Bonnie Greer
7pm Tues 8 December, Pages of Hackney
How does your environment shape the way you think and who you are?
Come to this unique event that will challenge Nick Griffin’s recent contention on Question Time that London isn’t ‘British.’
Playwright, author and critic Bonnie Greer talks about this and her new book, Obama Music and why place is so important in shaping identity.
Poet Yang Lian discusses his collection, Lee Valley Poems, conceived and written in London, somewhere he describes as once his exile and now his home.
The event will be chaired by Iain Sinclair, psycho-geographer and author of Hackney: That Rose-Red Empire.
Pages of Hackney presents Iain Sinclair in conversation with Bonnie Greer and Yang Lian.
Round Chapel, Lower Clapton Road, E5 0PU Tuesday 8 December, 7pm – tickets £5
Contact Pages of Hackney bookshop at firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 8525 1452 for tickets in advance.
Shop opening times:
Monday to Friday: 11am-7pm
Sunday: 12 noon-6pm