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CALENDAR of EVENTS

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* Would you like Stephen Booth to take part in an event for your library, bookshop or festival, or talk to your organisation? Dates
  are now being taken for Winter 2018 onwards. Please send an enquiry, giving as many details as possible of date, location and
  type of event, to: events@stephen-booth.com

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UK events for Autumn 2018
 

THURSDAY 22nd NOVEMBER, 7pm
Nuneaton Library, Church Street, Nuneaton, Warwickshire CV11 4DR - talk for readers.
Tickets 5. Book online here:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/stephen-booth-nuneaton-library-tickets-50115678343

TUESDAY 27th NOVEMBER, 1.30pm
Droylsden Library,
Manchester Road, Droylsden, Manchester M43 6EP - talk to readers.
A FREE event, but book your place in advance here:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/stephen-booth-author-talk-tickets-50745959531

WEDNESDAY 28th NOVEMBER, 7.15pm
Grantham, Lincolnshire - visit to Grantham Book Club.

 

UK events for 2019 

TUESDAY 8th JANUARY, 8.15pm
Egmanton, Nottinghamshire - visit to Egmanton Book Club to discuss the Cooper & Fry novel ALREADY DEAD.

THURSDAY 7th MARCH, time tba
Dick Institute
,
Elmbank Avenue, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire KA1 3BT - talk to readers for World Book Day.
(Details to follow)
https://eastayrshireleisure.com/

SATURDAY 16th MARCH, time tba
Scout Hall, Station Road, Rolleston on Dove, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire DE13 9AB - speaker at literary lunch for Rolleston WI.
(Details to follow)
http://www.rolleston.org.uk/wi/index.htm

SATURDAY 27th APRIL, 9.30am start
Stamford Court Conference Centre, University of Leicester, Manor Road, Oadby, Leicester
LE2 2LH - speaker at Self Publishing Conference.
Early bird registration 60 for the full day (booking opens 1st November 2018):
https://selfpublishingconference.org.uk/

THURSDAY 20th JUNE, 7pm
Stockton Central Library, The Square, Stockton, Teesside TS18 1TU - reader event for 'Crossing the Tees' Festival.
(Details to follow)

MONDAY 9th SEPTEMBER, 10.30am
Willersley Castle Hotel, Cromford, Derbyshire - talk to Wirksworth and District Probus Club.
http://gowirksworth.com/groups/probus-club/

WEDNESDAY 11th SEPTEMBER, 7.30pm
West Hallam Village Hall, Beech Lane, West Hallam, Derbyshire DE7 6GR - talk to West Hallam Women's Institute.

WEDNESDAY 9th OCTOBER, 7.30pm
Little Eaton Village Hall, Vicarage Lane, Little Eaton, Derby DE21 5EA - talk to Little Eaton Women's Institute.

THURSDAY 7th NOVEMBER, 7.30pm
Farnsfield Village Hall,
New Hill, Farnsfield, Nottinghamshire NG22 8JN - talk to Farnsfield Women's Institute.

More events to come!

 

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Last updated 15th November 2018

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* Would you like Stephen Booth to take part in an event for your library, bookshop or festival, or talk to your organisation?  Dates
  are now being taken for Winter 2018 onwards. Please send an enquiry, giving as many  details as possible of date, location and
  type of event, to: events@stephen-booth.com

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