Manchester Literature Festival

Public
Date:October 10, 2021 Cost:£12/£10
Manchester Literature Festival

Where

Venue: Manchester Central Library
Address: St Peter's Square, Manchester M2 5PD
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When

Time: October 10, 2021, 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Who

Public
This event is open to the public.

What

Cost: £12/£10
Event Type: Author Talk
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Why

Much-loved former Labour MP Alan Johnson makes a welcome return to MLF. Following his series of successful memoirs – This Boy, In My Life, The Long and Winding Road and Please, Mr Postman, Alan has turned to fiction, joining us to discuss his thrilling debut novel The Late Train to Gipsy Hill. Featuring a Ukrainian waitress mixed up in a poisoning plot and an administrator who finds himself on the run from Russian secret agents and the Met, it’s an enthralling, smartly written, page turner. Alan will discuss his passion for plot-twists, politics and writing with Ellah P Wakatama.

Please note: We have reduced the capacity at this venue to increase space between seats so everyone can enjoy the event safely. If you’d like to sit with friends, please book all seats together in the same transaction. Although masks are no longer mandatory under Government guidance, we strongly encourage everyone to wear one when in close proximity to others, particularly when entering and leaving the event. We also encourage everyone to use the sanitation stations and sign in using track and trace when they arrive.

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