Following on from two successful editions, Nowhere Nights is back with a third night. We're heading down to Green Note's Basement for this one, an intimate, exclusive venue with space for just 25 people.
Expect performance poetry and live jazz. Step into the bohemian underworld of the city and surround yourself with the warmest souls, sounds and spoken word.
Come down to Word on the Water for an evening of two authors: Oliver Cable, author of Fresh Air and Empty Streets, and Caroline Brothers, author of The Memory Stones. There'll be readings, there'll be live music, there'll be the chance to meet the two authors, buy their books and get them signed.
The night is free to attend.
Following a sold-out launch event, Nowhere Nights is back in a new, larger venue.
Seeking out the glory and creative energy of Parisian jazz bars, Nowhere Nights is a journey to a world of performance poetry and live jazz. Step into the bohemian underworld of the city and surround yourself with the warmest souls, sounds and spoken word.
The line-up for the night is Gabriele Pollina on handpan, Parsimonious Monk playing jazz, and Antonia King performing poetry.
Nowhere Nights are run by Oliver Cable, author of Fresh Air and Empty Streets.
Head down canal-side at King’s Cross for an evening of live jazz and literature at one of London’s coolest bookshops – and possibly the only floating one – Word on the Water. You’re in for a night of live performance and readings from Oliver Cable’s debut novel, Fresh Air and Empty Streets. During the evening, Oliver will be on hand to sign copies of the book.
This will be a mainly outdoor event, so please wrap up warm. There will be mulled wine available to warm your insides, and an atmosphere that will bring a smile to your face.
We’ll see you there.
Join local self-published author Oliver Cable as he discusses his debut novel, Fresh Air and Empty Streets, exploring Felix's journey to Paris to meet the artist father he never really knew. Oliver will also be explaining the process of self-publishing and the hurdles overcome to get the book into print.