Waterstones High Street

Waterstones High Street
24-26 High Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B4 7SL
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Birmingham Book Club

Our next bookclub choice is The Lido by Libby Page. No need to book just come and join in the discussion.

Thu 27 Jun

Free / 0121 633 4353

Build Your Own Theme Park Activity Session With Lizz Lunney

Lizz Lunney, illustrator and creator of Build Your Own Theme Park, will be joining us on Sunday 7th July with a fun "Build Your Own" activity workshop at 1pm. You will be able to create an item from the book to take home! Suitable for ages 8+ Build Your Own Theme Park is an all-new activity book for makers of all ages…

Sun 7 Jul

Free / 0121 633 4353

An Evening With Andy Griffee & Anita Bhalla

Waterstones Birmingham is delighted to welcome Andy Griffee, an 'exciting new voice in the world of crime fiction' whose debut novel Canal Pushers was published last month, and is already receiving rave reviews. The book is based on the canals and towpaths of Birmingham and its surrounding countryside. Andy, who was…

Wed 26 Jun

£3 / 0121 633 4353

An Evening With Hannah Witton

The award-winning and much-loved Hannah Witton will be joining us to discuss her latest book, The Hormone Diaries, as well as how her experience and research can help demystify periods, hormones and contraception. When Hannah Witton started documenting her journey coming off the pill and re-getting her period, she wasn’t…

Fri 5 Jul

General Admission - £3, Book & Ticket - £11.00 / 0121 633 4353

An Evening With Kit De Waal

Join us for an evening with Kit de Waal as we celebrate the paperback publication of her novel, A Trick to Time: 'There's a trick to time. You can make it expand or you can make it contract. Make it shorter or make it longer …' Some moments you want to last forever. Some moments shape a life. For Mona, it's the…

Thu 4 Jul

£3 / 0121 633 4353

Lose Yourself In The Labyrinth With The Award-Winning Writer, Cornelia Funke

Pan's Labyrinth, the 2006 Oscar winning film, is reimnagined as a novel for the first time. Join us for an evening with Cornelia Funke the award winning author of Inkheart, who will be in conversation with Natasha Pulley, the award winning author of The Watchmaker of Filligree Street. Cornelia will be discussing turning…

Wed 3 Jul

£3 / 0121 633 4353

Love, Interrupted Book Tour: Simon Thomas In Conversation With Blake Woodham

Join us for an evening of highly personal, in-depth conversation with Simon Thomas, as he talks about his new book Love, Interrupted, and gives an insight into early bereavement and how to come to terms with sudden loss. Simon will be in conversation with Blake Woodham from Brum Radio Book Show. When Simon Thomas lost…

Tue 2 Jul

£4 / 0121 633 4353

Making History In Birmingham With Annie Murray, Carolyn Kirby & Gaynor Arnold

Join us for an evening with Annie Murray, Carolyn Kirby three authors strongly connected to Birmingham through their work or life. These three authors will be discussing their latest novels, as well as the idea of inventing the past, writing historical fiction, and their different connections to the local area. Annie…

Thu 25 Jul

£3 / 0121 633 4353

Meet Shahid Afridi, Former Pakistan Cricket Captain

Pro-cricketer Shahid Afridi, former captain of the Pakistan national cricket team, will be joining us to sign copies of his book Game Changer. From his humble beginnings in the mountains of Pakistan’s unruly northwest to the mean streets of Karachi and the county parks of southern England, this is a riveting memoir…

Mon 8 Jul

£20 Book and Ticket / 0121 633 4353

Meet Steve Backshall

The BAFTA-winning naturalist, television presenter and author will be signing copies of his new book Expedition: Adventures into Undiscovered Worlds. We want all fans to have the best possible experience meeting Steve Backshall. In the interest of the limited time available and to maximise the number of readers that…

Wed 17 Jul

Free / 0121 633 4353

Needlemouse Launch With Jane O'Connor

Come and join local author Jane O’Connor to celebrate the publication of her wonderful debut novel Needlemouse. Raise a glass to this uplifting story of unrequited love, loneliness and the redemptive qualities of hedgehogs. Wine and nibbles provided. This event is free to attend, but you must book a free place…

Thu 27 Jun

Free / 0121 633 4353

Unmuted Qtipoc Book Club - Proud

In honour of pride month, Unmuted will be looking at the 'Proud' anthology compiled by Juno Dawson: "A stirring, bold and moving anthology of stories and poetry by top LGBTQ+ YA authors and new talent, giving their unique responses to the broad theme of pride. Each story has an illustration by an artist identifying as…

Thu 27 Jun

Free / 0121 633 4353

Verve Poetry Press Launch Event – Scarlett Ward With Jess Davies, And Sallyanne Rock

Join us for the launch of Scarlett Ward’s wonderful debut collection, ache! Scarlett Ward is an incredible West Midlands poet, with a real ear for language and an imagination to match. Her debut collection, created with help and advice from Liz Berry and others, doesn’t disappoint, as it takes its concerns of…

Fri 28 Jun

£3 / 0121 633 4353

Walking The Dark Streets Of Crime With Joseph Knox And A. A. Dhand

Brace yourselves for a stroll down the darkest alleys of crime fiction. Joseph Knox and A. A. Dhand, two acclaimed and bestselling contemporary writers of urban noir, discuss how location influences their work and the development of their continuing broken hero characters, CI Virdee and Aidan Waits while writing in a…

Tue 16 Jul

£3 / 0121 633 4353

West Midlands Egyptology Society

Andrew Fulton is a regular contributor to Ancient Egypt magazine and has a certificate in Egyptology from University of Manchester. He will be presenting on Ancient Egyptian medicine. Andrew's presentation will illustrate, often in graphic detail, the types of diseases the ancient Egyptians suffered from and the…

Wed 10 Jul

£6 / 0121 633 4353

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