A brace of launches for Curious Kentish Town at Owl Bookshop
Announcing another launch event for
Curious Kentish Town on Monday 24th November at 6.30pm The launch of
Curious Kentish Town on Monday 17th November 2014 at 6.30pm is now fully booked.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if
you would like to attend the 24th November event. Entry is free but is by
Owl Bookshop 209 Kentish
Town Rd London NW5 2JU Tel 020 7485 7793
Curious Kentish Town Martin Plaut & Andrew
Whitehead Book Launch Monday 24th
Please join us to celebrate the
publication of a new book about Kentish Town
Where did Oswald Mosley
first lead his fascists after the Battle of Cable Street? Which Kentish Town
rent strike inspired a Peggy Seeger song? Where does the long lost Fleet river
break cover? Or followed, quite literally, in the tracks of the
Do you know about the horse tunnels at Camden Lock...the
ghost sign advertising maids’ caps and aprons in Dartmouth Park... the African
revolutionary who made his home near Tufnell Park?
Curious Kentish Town
explores more than thirty locations across this part of north London and brings
to life the remarkable stories attached to them, with the help of a wealth of
photographs and illustrations. An artist-designed map will help you follow in
the authors’ footsteps.
Martin and Andrew, both journalists who have
lived in the area for decades and love it, will discuss the book, followed by
PLEASE READ IF YOU HAVE REQUESTED
TICKETS FOR THE EVENT ON THE 17TH NOVEMBER. The event on the 17th November is
fully booked and will be very busy with limited seating. If your email request
has been acknowledged and you would prefer to attend the second event on the
24th please let us know and we will move your reservation.
I've been running Five Leaves Publications since 1996 and have jointly organised Lowdham Book Festival for the last twelve years. I used to work in radical bookselling and as Nottinghamshire's Literature Development Officer.