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Five Amazing Comica Conversations at Foyles!

Posted: November 8, 2012

ALERT! Last Minute Ticket Deal via Foyles Bookshop for all customers -  Buy tickets for Bryan and Mary Talbot’s Comica Conversation with Kim Newman on Friday 9th at 6.30pm at half price at Foyles and on the door on the night, so only £4 each!


The amazing line-up of Kevin O’Neill, Mary & Bryan Talbot, Alison Bechdel, Posy Simmonds and Oliver Frey are all taking part in five unmissable Comica Conversations over the next week at Foyles, 113-119 Charing Cross Road, London WC2. Don’t miss these opportunities to meet these brilliant graphic novelists, ask them questions and get your copies of their books signed and personalised.  You can book tickets online now to secure a place, or buy tickets on the door (subject to capacity).

Kevin O’Neill: An Extraordinary Century, with Toby Litt - Thursday November 8th


Bryan & Mary Talbot: Grandville Bête Noire World Premiere, with Kim Newman - Friday November 9th


Alison Bechdel: The Paper Mirror - Monday November 12th, in association with Laydeez Do Comics


Posy Simmonds: Comedies of English Manners - with Paul Gravett - Wednesday November 14th


Oliver Frey: The Graphic Gay Gaze - with Sina Shamsavari - Thursday November 15th

For all these events, doors open at 6pm for 6.30pm start in the Foyles Gallery on the third floor. See you there!

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