"Talking Books with Stephen Fear" Direct from The Arnolfini
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"Talking Books with Stephen Fear" Direct from The Arnolfini

"Talking Books with Stephen Fear" Direct from The Arnolfini

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Arnolfini

16 Narrow Quay

Bristol, United Kingdom

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On September the 29th this year Stephen Fear launches a new book review series, filmed in front of a live audience in the main auditorium at The Arnolfini on Bristol Harbourside, in conjunction with The University of West of England.

The Arnolfini will become the new home venue for what has already become a successful series of book reviews but which will now move to a new level as it will be shared out across the world on the Fear YouTube channel.

September 2016 brings Stephen Fear's book review series - formerly filmed at The British Library in London, to the Arnolfini in Bristol. Located at the heart of Bristol’s famous harbourside, Arnolfini was established in 1961, moving to its current harbourside location in 1975 - a Grade II listed former tea warehouse dating from the 1830s.

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Arnolfini is one of Europe’s leading centres for the contemporary arts, presenting innovative, experimental work in the visual arts, performance, dance, film, music and events, accompanied by a programme of learning and participation activities. 

The first review to be held at the Arnolfini will feature Stephen's three VIP Guests including Professor Jane Harrington CCMI DeputyVice Chancellor and Provost of UWE and will review One Billion Customers: Lessons From the Front Lines of Doing Business in China A Wall Street Journal Book published by Free Press and Simon & Schuster written by James McGregor.

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This series is designed to be as informative and interactive as possible with plenty of time scheduled for live questions from the audience. 

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