Waterstones High Street

Waterstones High Street
24-26 High Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B4 7SL
  • Telephone 0121 633 4353
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  • Website www.waterstones.com
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Birmingham Ya Book Club

Our YA book club returns this year, and our first pick is One of Us Is Next by Karen M. McManus: 'The reigning queen of YA mystery novels, Karen McManus rewrote the rulebook with One of Us is Lying and Two Can Keep a Secret. The eagerly anticipated One of Us is Next does not disappoint her army of devoted fans, as…

Thu 13 Feb

Free / 0121 633 4353

The Eight Things Only Dog Owners Know With Kate Spicer, Author Of Lost Dog, And Wolfy

Join Kate Spicer, author of the utterly wonderful and bestselling Lost Dog, as she discusses The Eight Things Only Dog Owners Know, with a few tangents to prattle on about all sorts of things like crisps, the gap between rich and poor, poo bags and take the piss out of herself and her family and generally celebrate the…

Wed 12 Feb

£3 / 0121 633 4353

An Evening With Candice Carty-Williams

*Candice Carty-Williams’ brilliant debut novel introduced us to an unforgettable heroine—Queenie Jenkins—and announced its author as one of the most interesting young writers working in the UK today. *Queenie is a book that addresses issues of mental health, race and consent with sparkling insight, and we are delighted to…

Tue 11 Feb

£5 / 0121 633 4353

An Evening With Jim Simpson

Join us for an evening with music promoter Jim Simpson 'the man who discovered Black Sabbath' as he talks about his life in music and his book Don't Worry 'Bout The Bear. Jim Simpson occupies what is probably a unique position in the field of British popular music: as promoter, record producer, festival director…

Thu 13 Feb

£3 / 0121 633 4353

Harry Potter Night - Triwizard Tournament

Join us as we celebrate Harry Potter Night 2020 with our very own Triwizard Tournament, full of fantastic feats and fabulous prizes. Bookings for this free event are now open and must be made through the shop. Call 0121 633 4353 to book your place.

Thu 6 Feb

Free / 0121 633 4353

Karen M. Mcmanus And Holly Jackson In Conversation

Join queens of teen crime and the criminal masterminds behind bestsellers *One Of Us Is Lying *and *A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder *- Karen M. McManus and Holly Jackson - for this exclusive event at Waterstones Birmingham, chaired by Sunday Times Top 10 Bestseller Gillian McAllister. Tickets £3 general admission In…

Mon 16 Mar

£3 general admission (booking fee included) / 0121 633 4353

The Mirror & The Light Launch Day

Join us for the launch day of The Mirror & the Light, Hilary Mantel's third and final installment in her Wolf Hall trilogy: 'Widely regarded as two of the greatest works of historical fiction, Hilary Mantel’s peerless, Booker Prize-winning novels Wolf Hall and Bring up the Bodies have dazzlingly charted the rising…

Thu 5 Mar

Free / 0121 633 4353

Signing: Ben Aaronovitch

We are incredibly excited to have Ben Aaronovitch in store to sign copies of FALSE VALUE, the brand new novel in the Rivers of London series! Peter Grant is facing fatherhood, and an uncertain future, with equal amounts of panic and enthusiasm. Rather than sit around, he takes a job with émigré Silicon Valley tech…

Wed 19 Feb

Free / 0121 633 4353

Spake: In Conversation With Roy Mcfarlane, Lisa Blower And Urszula Clark

Join us for an evening with Roy McFarlane, Lisa Blower and Urszula Clark as we discuss the West Midlands dialect, as well as the prejudices, challenges and interesting stories which often accompany it – all of which is explored in Spake: Dialect and Voices from the West Midlands. After the sell-out book launch of Spake…

Wed 5 Feb

£5 (general admission) / 0121 633 4353

Storytime - The Way Home For Wolf

Looking for a fun family activity for Saturday morning? Our regular free storytime slot returns with our new storyteller! We'll be reading The Way Home For Wolf written by Rachel Bright and illustrated by Jim Fields. There is no need to book for this free event. Just turn up at 10:00am with your little ones and…

Sat 1 Feb

Free / 0121 633 4353

Yes No Maybe So: In Conversation With Becky Albertalli And Aisha Saeed

Join two New York Times bestselling authors at this exclusive event when they will be talking about their first collaborative book, Yes No Maybe So – a heart-warming, hilarious story about the power of love and resistance. After the talk you will have the opportunity to have books signed by Becky and Aisha. Copies of…

Fri 28 Feb

£5 general admission / 0121 633 4353

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