John Bird is today’s guest blogger. Here is a little taster of the forthcoming event at Foyles on 9th October (see post below for details)
John Bird’s thoughts on London’s ‘Down and Outs’ then and now…
Down and outness has changed
George Orwell was born in 1903, the same year Foyles first opened their doors. In celebration of this joint 110th anniversary, John Bird and Orwell Prize winning Brian Sewell discuss ‘Tramping Today’.
Independent publishing company Quartet Books, The Orwell Prize, Britain’s
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This eloquent tale about an unlikely friendship, about opening ourselves up to new experiences and not being afraid to share
James Pembroke describes Britain’s history of fine dining to the Daily Express. He reveals everything from the first fish and chip shop and pizza to the w
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