Free event in Barbican Library - Theatrical Monologues and 3 Book Launches

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Free event in Barbican Library - Theatrical Monologues and 3 Book Launches

Time: April 18, 2024 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: Barbican Library
Street: Barbican Centre, Silk Street
City/Town: London EC2Y 8DS
Phone: 02076380569
Event Type: book, launch
Organized By: Yuriko Nakano
Latest Activity: Apr 11

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Date and time: Thursday, 25 April, 6-7pm
Location: Barbican Library
Tickets can bee booked via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/848273748617

Join us for theatrical premiers of Don’t Mind Me and King Larry, and 3 Book launches with complimentary wine and cheese.

A dazzling night of literary and theatrical premiers:

Don’t Mind Me, by Tara Basi, is a queasy comical exploration of mental trauma, to be performed by Frankie Kolar, fresh from her matinee performance at the Old Bailey. No, she wasn't in the dock, as a Barrister she was the one asking the questions. You are tonight's jury, what's your verdict on her performance?

King Larry – by Tara Basi, a modern take on King Lear with fewer horrible deaths and more laughs. To be performed by actor/writer Errol McGlashan, fresh from smash hit performances of his one-man show - Something to Take the Edge Off – at the Camden Fringe, and at the Royal Shakespeare Company's 37 Plays, and soon to be touring the UK.

Three diverse Novel Launches and readings from UK and US writers:

The Insurgent Press celebrate the publication of two new books. Rene S Perez II's UK debut Scavenging is a book of award-winning shorts from South Texas and new material charting Rene's life since moving to London. Cheryl Baden-Powell's debut novel Do they have to be lions? charts a journey from an abusive relationship to taming Tigers in the Arizona desert.

In addition, we’re celebrating the publication of Tara Basi’s Unipolar. In the crumbling near-future third-world country of Kent, recently freed from London’s yoke, Donald, a young management consultant, largely without realising it sets about saving Kent while navigating rampant political corruption, a ruthless cartel, and the ambiguous inward investment plans of the African Union superpower.

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