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 have glasses and corkscrews, but we ask for £1 corkage, and prefer that you take bottles away with you.
Brief list of events below, see individual tabs for more info.
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.
Please check here for live music events.
Please check here for a list of art lectures.
We have a weekly craft group on a Wednesday, Nifty Needles, for anyone who does any kind of crafting – just a social group, bring along a current project, or come even if you aren’t a crafter but just want some company on a Wednesday evening! A small amount of table space is available. 7pm-9ish. Refreshments for a donation of your choice.
To be kept up to date with our events, please subscribe to our mailing list.
Thursday 20 September: Evening book club, 8pm. Refreshments, inc wine.
Saturday 22 September: Poetry Boats – write a poem, which will be put on the sails of a boat to be set alight and floated on Abbey Fields lake…come and find out more! Free, part of Kenilworth Arts Festival.
Friday 28 September: Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, 10.30am
Saturday 29 September, 2-3.30pm: stories and poems with Matt Black. Free.
Monday 1 October, 7.30-9pm: Mindful Meditation with Vicky Palethorpe. All welcome, including those new to mindfulness. £6.50, inc tea/coffee.
Tuesday 2 October, 8pm: Art History lecture on German Romantic painter Caspar David Friedrich. £8 inc tea/coffee.
Friday 5 October, 10.30am: daytime book club. John le Carre’s The Russia House. Coffee and biscuits.
Saturday 6 October: Tree House Session, 8pm. BYOB; tea/coffee available.
Friday 19 October, 8pm: Live music: Kitty Macfarlane. Rising star in the world of folk music, with a stunning debut album out, and on a national tour. £10
Thursday 25 October, 8pm: Kenilworth Reads discussion meeting. We are reading My Name Is Leon. Refreshments available.
Monday 29 October, 2-4pm: The Lost Words: creative writing activity for children. Come and write a poem or story inspired by the book The Lost Words and the postcards of the paintings in it. Free – all ages!
Friday 2 November, 7.30pm: Live music: Lucy Ward. Acclaimed folk singer on national tour to promote her new CD. £10