The Over-Analysers' Book Club presents: The Lord of the Rings

Starts at 6:30 pm

Our beloved Books Showoff has returned with a new and exciting format!

Six performers from the worlds of reading, writing, publishing, academia and comedy will over-analyse the same classic book, each taking a different entertaining angle.

This month it's the turn of JRR Tolkien's epic The Lord of the Rings.

The line-up will be announced nearer the time, but comedian, and Masterpiece Bookshelf podcaster Steve Cross will be your compere.

Doors are 6.30pm for a 7pm start.

Cost: £7.84


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18:30 18:30 Europe/London The Over-Analysers' Book Club presents: The Lord of the Rings Six performers from the worlds of reading, writing, publishing, academia and comedy will over-analyse the same classic book, each taking a different entertaining angle. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/02/27/the-over-analysers-book-club-presents-the-lord-of-the-rings-161590 Waterstones,19-20 Tottenham Court Road,London,London

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19-20 Tottenham Court Road, London, London, W1T 1BJ

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