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On The Eve Of The Bloomsbury Jamboree

December 7, 2019
by the gentle author

The King of the Bottletops has been making festive crowns (Photo by Sarah Ainslie)

Louise Lateur at E5 Bakehouse has been baking gingerbread figures (Photo by Patricia Niven)


Tim Mainstone of Mainstone Press, Joe Pearson of Design for Today, & I have been scurrying around London making last minute preparations for our BLOOMSBURY JAMBOREE, a festival of books and print, talks and merriment tomorrow SUNDAY 8th DECEMBER from 11am until 5pm at the ART WORKERS GUILD, 6 Queens Sq, WC1.

This is your last chance to book the few remaining tickets for Adam Dant’s lecture on MAPPING AN IMAGINARY LONDON & Eleanor Crow’s lecture on SHOPFRONTS OF LONDON.

We advise readers to come early to avoid the rush…




Click here for a talk on MAPPING AN IMAGINARY LONDON by Adam Dant at 3pm 




Click here for a talk on SHOPFRONTS OF LONDON by Eleanor Crow at 2pm


4 Responses leave one →
  1. December 7, 2019

    Good luck for tomorrow. I can honestly say that I would really like to be there-lovely and talented people who lots of us have come to know through you, GA. With all good wishes for a great day.


  2. Su C. permalink
    December 8, 2019

    Oh how I wish I were there tomorrow instead of here! Have a wonderful and successful event!

  3. Gray permalink
    December 8, 2019

    Cheryl and I very much enjoyed (though probably not the right word gjven the subject) your talk at the art workers guild today. You delivered it with such focus and insight that the hour flew past. We hope your book will bring attention to the horrors of facadism and help save extraordinary and useful buildings from the unfortunate fate so many have already suffered.

  4. nicholas permalink
    December 10, 2019

    a real pleasure to attend this , mix, talk with all those new creatives and well as the oldies

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