Events

WED 4TH MAY - A ROUGH TRADE BOOKS BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR GARDEN MUSEUM SERIES...

Join us in the wonderful setting of Arnold Circus’ Bandstand to celebrate the first anniversary of our Garden Museum pamphlets, with each of our brilliant authors Susanna Grant, Claire Ratinon, Sam Ayre, Nat Mady and Zakiya McKenzie in conversation with Maya Thomas (The Modern Herbal). Refreshments on the night provided by local legend Leila’s… so come down and join us for a summer’s evening talking weeds, wildflowers, empire, colony, foraging and much more beside…

WHERE: Arnold Circus Bandstand, Boundary Gardens, London
WHEN: Wednesday 4th May at 6.30pm
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MON 25th APRIL - ROUGH TRADE BOOKS PRESENTS... AN EVENING CURATED BY ROY AT THE SOCIAL

We’re very excited to be joined by the inimitable Roy for our April literary knees-up at The Social. The man himself will be talking about his work to the wonderful Emma Warren, we’ll have another master of the short story form performing in the shape of Anna Wood, and we’ll also have turns from the brilliant Open Pen author Fernando Sdrigotti as well as a reading by Jem Calder from his hotly anticipated debut short story collection, Reward System.
Tunes courtesy of Heavenly’s own DJ Danno Vision.

So get along and get involved…

WHERE:The Social, Little Portland Street, London
WHEN:Monday 25th April at 7pm
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MON 28th MARCH - ROUGH TRADE BOOKS PRESENTS... AN EVENING CURATED BY HASEEB IQBAL AT THE SOCIAL

Up next at our monthly Social shindig we’re celebrating the wonderful Haseeb Iqbal and his pamphlet, Noting Voices: Contemplating London's Culture, which explores London’s hugely exciting jazz scene.
On the night, Nadine Smales will be showing artwork, there will be a live set from EDNA who’ll be presenting some new experimental solo work, a reading from author Salvador Joshua and more live music from India Shan.

The evening will culminate with Haseeb himself in conversation with Nick Collee, discussing the pairs' practise and Nick’s sculpture, and finally Haseeb will be interviewed by Matilda Rowe on his work and methods of thinking.

Music throughout will be provided by the brilliant DJs, Bror Havnes and Last Nubian.

WHERE:
The Social, Little Portland Street, London
WHEN: Monday 28th March at 7pm
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SUN 20th MARCH - ROUGH TRADE BOOKS PRESENTS... IN THE END, IT WAS ALL ABOUT LOVE AUDIOBOOK LAUNCH AT GEIST IM GLAS, BERLIN

Come celebrate the audiobook launch of Musa Okwonga’s In The End, It Was All About Love at Geist im Glas in Berlin!

The evening will feature readings and discussion from Musa Okwonga plus special guest author Paul Scraton.

The 10€ Ticket fee will go to EOTO—a Berlin-based charity helping Africans out of Ukraine, alongside further fundraising for this charity throughout the night.

Come by, have a few cocktails, share your Berlin stories and let's celebrate love.

WHERE:Geist im Glas, Lenaustraße 27, 12047 Berlin, Germany
WHEN:Sunday 20th March at 7pm
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