Thursday 19th May 7.30pm
Film night at Rye Books
We'll be screening 'Taxi Tehran' Fugitive from censorship director Jafar Panahi takes to the road – and finds the modern world joining him in his panoptic mobile movie booth.
Thursday 7th July 7pm at Rye Books
Lauren Johnson talks about her new book
'So Great a Prince: England and the Accession of Henry VIII'
Join local author Lauren Johnson as she takes us on a tour of daily life in Tudor England and Henry VIII's first year as king the central focus of her new book 'So Great a Prince: England and the Accession of Henry VIII'.
The King is dead: long live the King. In 1509, Henry VII was succeeded by his son Henry VIII, second monarch of the house of Tudor. But this is not the familiar Tudor world of Protestantism and playwrights. Decades before the Reformation, ancient traditions persist: boy bishops, pilgrimage, Corpus Christi pageants, the jewel-decked shrine at Canterbury.
So Great a Prince offers a fascinating glimpse of a country and people that at first appear alien - in calendar and clothing, in counting the hours by bell toll - but which on closer examination are recognisably and understandably human. Lauren Johnson tells the story of 1509 not just from the perspective of king and court, but of merchant and ploughman; apprentice and laundress; husbandman and foreign worker. She looks at these early Tudor lives through the rhythms of the ritual year, juxtaposing political events in Westminster and the palaces of southeast England with the liturgical and agricultural events that punctuated the year for the ordinary people of England.
Free event, we'll have wine, tea coffee and cake!
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Date TBC at Rye Books
Kat Arney will be coming to discuss her new book 'Herding Hemingway's Cats'.
So we've all heard of genes, but how do they actually work?
Science Writer, Broadcaster, Musician and Harpist Kat Arney will be coming to Rye Books this April to discuss her new book 'Herding Hemingway's Cats' published by Bloomsbury.
Drawing on stories ranging from six toed cats and stickleback hips to Mickey Mouse mice and zombie genes Kat Arney explores the mysteries in our genomes with clarity, flair and wit, creating a companion reader to the book of life itself.
“A sprightly, energetic tour through the minds of those trying to understand genes. each snappy chapter is a remarkable feat of information and fascination.” – Robin Ince, comedian, writer and co-presenter of The Infinite Monkey Cage and The Quest for Wonder.
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Richard Guard and Anna Crockatt of The Dulwich Ukulele Club celebrate the capital's past, present and future.
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