Wednesday 1 August 2018

Get your £5 tickets - Paperback Writers - An evening with Kenneth Womack & Gail Renard

Here's your chance to hear from the authors of two new books. 

If you aren't going to International Beatleweek, this is a fabulous opportunity to get to hear from the authors of these fab new books for the low price of just £5!

AUGUST 21st 2018
There are people who know about The Beatles, and then there are people who know about the The Beatles.

Gail and Kenneth know about The Beatles. I mean really know, about the The Beatles.
And before they jet off to Liverpool for the International Beatles Convention they are going to be swinging by 'Matters Of Vinyl Importance’ where Kenneth and Gail will be talking about Kenneth’s latest book ‘Sound Pictures - The life of Beatles producer George Martin’ The second book in the two-part biography of the man popularly known as the fifth Beatle and the follow-up to the award-winning ‘Maximum Volume’. Kenneth will be joined by Gail who will be talking about ‘Give Me A Chance’ her true story of sneaking into John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s famous Bed-In for peace to get an interview for her school newspaper. The Lennon’s asked Gail to stay for all eight days and she’s been writing ever since.

Gail and Kenneth will also be answering your questions and signing copies of their respective books.
Beer, Wine and light snacks will be served (subject to licence)
Doors 6:00pm for 7:00pm start.

Kenneth Womack is an award-winning music writer and one of the foremost experts on the Beatles.His books include The Cambridge Companion to the Beatles (Independent Music Book of the Year 2009). He is Dean of the Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Monmouth University. Kenneth delivers Beatles talks to audiences around the world and is regularly invited to share his insights with global media, from Huffington Post to the BBC.

Gail Renard is a Bafta award-winning television writer and performer. Her work includes BBC, ITV and C4 comedy and children’s series, as well as books, films and stage plays. Gail is a former Chair of the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain and its current TV Chair. She passionately defends writers’ rights in the digital world; still fighting for justice as John and Yoko taught her.

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