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Krent Able’s Book of Mischief Party & Club Night


The home of the ‘Culture of Comics’ is Gosh! Comics in Soho, so where better to host the launch party, signing and bookplate for Krent Able’s Book of Mischief.  This handsome Knockabout edition gathers Krent’s viscerally satirical celebrity skewerings as seen in the smudgy pages of The Stool Pigeon. Gasp and guffaw as Lou Reed has some trouble with monkeys, Johnny Cash has some drug-related impotence issues, Kraftwerk get shrunk, and Satan crushes Lilly Allen.

After the book signings and limited edition bookplate, the launch evening drags on (sorry, pun intended) nearby at Madame JoJo’s, 8-10 Brewer Street with a Club Night where Krent will be dee-jaying alongside guest bands and everyone can misbehave like celebrities off their leashes. Bring your copy of his book and save £2 on entry!

Tickets: Party Free / Club Night £5/£3 with book!
Where: Gosh! Comics, 1 Berwick Street, London WIF 0DR
When: Tuesday, November 20, 2012 6.30-8.30pm & later!

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