Psychologies Magazine presents the much-loved columnist Sally Brampton in conversation with editor Louise Chunn about life, love and how to survive it.
This is a chance to meet and hear Psychologies’ columnist and Bloomsbury author Sally Brampton, celebrated agony aunt and author of Shoot the Damn Dog, her account of dealing with depression. Sally’s very popular column deals with the ordinary crises of every woman’s life, and how to manage them with grace and humour.
The event will be at the Bloomsbury Institute in Bedford Square, London, where you can enjoy a glass of wine in the conservatory before hearing Sally interviewed by Psychologies editor Louise Chunn. Afterwards there will be an opportunity to meet Sally, buy her book and get your copy signed.
Date: Thursday 3rd May
Time: 6.30pm. Ends 8.30pm
Place: Bloomsbury Publishing, 50 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3DP
When & Where
Welcome to the Bloomsbury Institute & Salon…
You are invited inside the world of publishing in the heart of literary London with Bloomsbury Publishing’s new series of author events, hosted at our offices in Georgian Bedford Square.
Bloomsbury Institute events include live interviews and discussions at the Bloomsbury Salon, and the Bloomsbury Institute Lectures, which showcase contemporary thinking and new research across Academic disciplines.
Our events are in the evening, beginning at 6pm for 6.30pm until 7.30pm at 50 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3DP. All our ticket prices include a glass of wine.
We look forward to seeing you.