We don’t have any rules, but if we did they would look like this…

– Everyone is welcome, every time
– You don’t have to come every month
– You don’t have to speak if you don’t want to
– You don’t even have to read the book!

Come along for lively discussion, piercing insights, lots of open-minded warmth, drunken fistfights and great conversation. (Note: only one of these is not guaranteed).

When? All meetings take place on Wednesdays at 7.30pm, and last about an hour.

 

2021 Storyhouse Book Group Choice

9/12/20: My Sister, the Serial Killer: Oyinkan Braithwaite (Last 12 Months)

20/1/ 21: The Death of the Heart: Elizabeth Bowen (1900-1945)

17/2/21: Heartburn : Nora Ephron (American)

17/3/21: Atonement: Ian McEwan (Pretend to have read)

21/4/21: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall: Anne Bronte (19th Century)

19/5/21: On Chapel Sands: Laura Cummins (Autobiography/ Memoir)

16/6/21: The End of the Affair: Graham Greene ( 1946-1999)

21/7/21: Cassandra Darke: Posy Simmonds ( Graphic)

18/8/21: Small Island: Andrea Levy (21st Century)

15/9/ 21: Hamnet: Maggie O’ Farrell (Prizewinners)

20/10/ 21: Brave New World: Aldous Huxley ( Sci-Fi/ Fantasy)

17/11/21: The Convenience Store Woman: Sayaka Murata (In Translation)

8/12/21: Diary of a Somebody: Brian Bilston (Last 12 Months) – This session will take place in The Den

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