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David Hepworth: Uncommon People

Music journalist David Hepworth describes the rise and fall of the rock stars from 1955 to 1994.

Michael Rosen: So They Call You Pisher!

Michael Rosen helps celebrate our 40th birthday with stories from his humorous and moving memoir.

Writing from the frontline: crossing borders, being there and reporting back

All genres of writing – fiction, non-fiction and poetry – can give a voice to those who are not heard, and this is epitomised by the work of the five authors on the panel: Michael Rosen, Anthony Robinson, Annemarie Young, Beverley Naidoo and Elizabeth Laird.

Chris Difford Full Acoustic Show

The Wanstead Tap is thrilled to welcome legendary singer-songwriter Chris Difford back for a full acoustic show. This is one night not to be missed.

James Bloodworth: Hired

James Bloodworth discusses working in low-wage Britain. A compelling and ground-breaking piece of narrative journalism that gets right to the heart of divided Britain and its dysfunctional jobs climate.

Melanie McGrath: Pie & Mash Down the Roman Road

Melanie McGrath tells the story of an East End pie and mash shop, in conversation with Duncan Barrett.

Viv Albertine: To Throw Away Unopened

Songwriter and musician Viv Albertine talks about her memoir To Throw Away Unopened.

Adam Dant: Maps of London & Beyond

Artist and cartographer Adam Dant introduces his book, Maps of London & Beyond.