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Cityread goes global!

We all know what a wonderful promotion Cityread is in getting London reading but ALAG are proud to let you know that in the last couple of months we have had requests via this blog for the translations of Oliver Twist (Cityread 2012) from Pakistan and India. 102 more words


Cityread London will celebrate Aaronovitch book

Cityread London, described as “London’s biggest annual book club”, has announced that the book they will be celebrating next year is the first part of an urban fantasy/crime fiction series… 79 more words


"My Dear..." - give me a call.

The Home Library Service’s telephone book group, Book Talk – run in conjunction with Open Age – recently read the Cityread London 2014 title, “ 61 more words


Club Forty-Four - Soho Theatre ****

This is the concluding event of a series of five site specific performances on the First World War in a collaboration between Cityread and Look Left Look Right. 130 more words

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Taking Leave - South Kensington Underground Tunnel. ***

The collaboration between Cityread and Look Left Look Right has created five interactive, site specific works on the First World War. This particular story is inspired by the book My Dear I Want to Tell You by Louisa Young and tells the story of Reily who is a soldier on leave from the Western Front. 101 more words

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We're taking part in Cityread London 2014

Each April Cityread  asks  people in London to pick up the same book and read it together.  The book is usually for adults, but this year there’s also a children’s book  – … 188 more words