Topping & Co Booksellers
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There are 24 events at this location
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Alastair Reynolds: Talk
The science fiction author talks about his Doctor Who novel, Harvest Of Time.
Allan Mallinson: Talk
The military historian, author and former Army officer talks about his book Fight The Good Fight: Britain, The Army & The Coming Of The First World War.
Ben Kane: Talk
The author talks about his work of historical fiction Fields Of Blood, set amongst the slaves, gladiators and foot soldiers of the Second Punic War between Carthage and Rome.
Carlos Acosta: Talk
The Royal Ballet's Carlos Acosta talks about his debut novel, Pig's Foot, which explores the intimacies of Cuban family life.
Christopher Brookmyre: Flesh Wounds
The crimer writer discusses and reads from his book Flesh Wounds.
David Sedaris: Author Event
The comic writer, whose books include Dress Your Family and Me Talk Pretty One Day talks about and reads from his collection of essays, Let's Explore Diabetes With Owls.
Dr Mara Kalnins: Talk
Dr Kalnins talks about her book The Ancient Amber Routes: Travels From Riga To Byzantium, which explores the links between the Baltic, Mediterranean and Black Sea civilisations through the trade routes.
Gavin Turk: Talk
The modernist, avant-garde and often controversial artists, known for his installation Cave which presented a blue heritage plaque in an empty room, discusses his career and works.
Graham Hancock: War God
The controversial speaker introduces his epic fantasy novel, set in Mexico during the Spanish conquest.
Hawthorn & Child By Keith Ridgway: Reading
The author reads from his detective novel told from the perspectives of detectives, criminals and families of police officers, set in a world where reality proves more elusive than the criminals.
Iain Sinclair: Talk
The author and filmmaker talks about his book Ghost Milk: Calling Time On The Grand Project.
Jean Goodhind: Talk
An evening of Bath-based crime capers with the internationally bestselling author, including the story of Honey Driver, a hotel manager who is drawn into a murder investigation.
Jesse Norman: Talk
Jesse Norman MP talks about Edmund Burke, philosopher, statesman and founder of modern Conservatism, and why his ideas have been unfairly neglected.
Jonathan Coe: Talk
The satirist talks about his latest political farce, Expo 58, which describes the biggest World's Fair of the century through the eyes of a civil servant who becomes a spy.
Life And Death In Pompeii And Herculaneum: Talk
British Museum curator Paul Roberts gives an illustrated talk about the museum's exhibition of archaeological finds from the two Roman towns that were destroyed by Mount Vesuvius, including mosaics, marble reliefs and ivory carvings.
Margaret Macmillan: Talk
The historian talks about her book Turning Out The Lights: How Europe Abandoned Peace For The First World War, that looks at how the conflict began and how it could have been avoided.
Maureen Lindley: Talk
The author talks about her novel A Girl Like You.
Neil Ansell: Talk
Neil Ansell talks about how he slept on the streets of London to help the charity, The Simon Community, and his escape to the Isle of Jura, off the west coast of Scotland. Only in the isolation of the wilds does find his way back to himself.
Robert Goddard: Talk
The thriller writer offers an insight into his suspense stories, known for their historical detail and tense pace. He also talks about his latest work, Ways of the World.
Saul David: Talk
The author, military historian and broadcaster talks about his book 100 Days To Victory: How The First World War Was Won, that looks at one hundred key dates and events of the conflict.
Shelina Permalloo: Talk
The Masterchef winner talks about Mauritian cuisine, which has French, Creole, Indian, African, Chinese and British influences, and her book Sunshine On A Plate.
Simon Thurley: Talk
Chief Executive of English Heritage and renowned historian Simon Thurley will discuss his book The Men From The Ministry, which gives an account of the voluntary organisations which were created to support WWI.
Talk & Tastings With Jojo Tulloh And Mary Holbrook
Food writer Tulloh talks about her book The Modern Peasant, accompanied by cheese tastings from Holbrook's Sleight Farm.
Thu 11 Jul
£8; £7 adv / 01225 428111
Wild Guide: Devon, Cornwall And The South-West: Talk
Author Daniel Smart talks about his book that shares 500 hidden rural locations.
Mon 15 Jul
£7; £6 adv / 01225 428111