**STOP PRESS** After a break, live music events will begin again in the autumn. We are hosting three early evening events as part of the Kenilworth Arts Festival (17-23 September), and then our own events from October – look out for more details very soon. Acts currently booked: Siobhan Wilson, The Froe, The Rude Mechanicals Band, Amy Kakoura & Andrew Sharpe, Against The Grain, Harri Endersby, Duotone, Harp & A Monkey, Dipper Malkin. Event details will be posted soon, tickets will be available online and from the bookshop.
Live music, open mic, lectures, poetry and more, in the intimate setting of a small second-hand bookshop, maximum capacity 35. Tea and coffee are available at our events – you are welcome to bring your own alcohol, we ask for £1 corkage, and prefer that you take bottles away with you. See our Buy Tickets page for links to online sales for our ticketed events.
Tickets can be bought at the bookshop as well as online.
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Tuesday 22 August, 8pm: art lecture. Rembrandt. A prolific painter with a genius for conveying depth of humanity – regarded as one of the greatest painters in European history. Some are put off by the muted colours of his paintings – lots of brown! – but his ability to make paint come alive is what ranks him among the very greatest. 8pm start, £8 inc tea/coffee. All very welcome, all levels of knowledge catered for! Lecturer: Dr Victoria Mier. (Image: National Gallery, London)
Thursday 24 August, 8pm: Evening Book Club. Third Thursday of the month. This month’s books are The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde and The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith. Tea/coffee £1, other refreshments available. New members always welcome!
Saturday 26 August, 8pm: Tree House Session. Our fortnightly open mic (without a mic!) for music, poetry and storytelling – always a lovely night, in congenial company. You never know what you’re going to get! All part of the fun. £3 for all, which includes a £2 book voucher.
Thursday 31 August, 8pm: Ellie Gowers EP launch. Ellie first came to our attention at one of our Tree House Sessions, and enchanted us with her lovely voice. We’re delighted to be hosting the launch event for her new EP Robin! With the lovely Louie Forde as support act and only 30 tickets up for grabs, it’s set to be a chilled out, intimate evening with nibbles and drinks. The EP will also be available to buy on the night at a special price. Doors 7.45pm. Tickets available online, £5 (no extra card fee).
Friday 1 September, 10.30am: Book Club. First Friday morning of the month. This month’s book is Station Eleven by Emily St John Mandel. Tea/coffee £1. New members always welcome!
Friday 1 September, 8pm: Dystopian Book Club. First Friday evening of the month, focusing on dystopian fiction. This month we are reading two books: Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick . Tea/coffee £1, other refreshments available. New members always welcome.