Events

Welcome to our events page. Below is a list of our current programme – please contact us for more information or if you would like to hold an event in the shop.

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MAH-JONG at One Tree Books

Tuesday afternoons from 2:30pm

Mah-Jong expert Sheila Lucas is running a 4 week course from February 25th on a Tuesday afternoon for up to 12 people. Sessions cost £10 and are suitable for beginners and intermediate players. For more details please ask in the shop or contact Sheila directly: sheilalucasme@icloud.com


Wednesday 26th February , 6pm – Olivia Fane

Book launch: Why Sex Doesn’t matter

Olivia Fane addresses the politics, the obsessions, the misconceptions of one of the most important aspects of human existence. Is Sex Natural? Is Sex Dirty? Is Sex Loving? Is Sex about Beauty? Is Sex Political? This is a necessary and controversial book in these confused, self-obsessed, sex-obsessed and gender-fluid times, so come and join us for a glass of wine to find out more!


Thursday 5th March, 6pm – Roger Morgan-Grenville

Book launch: Liquid Gold: Bees and the Pursuit of Midlife Honey

Join us for a glass of wine and meet apiculturist and author Roger Morgan-Grenville, who after a chance meeting in the pub decided to take up beekeeping with his friend Duncan. Their enthusiasm matched only by their ignorance, they are pitched into an arcane world of unexpected challenges. Coping with many setbacks along the way, they manage to create a colony of beehives, finishing two years later with more honey than anyone knows what to do with. 

Pre-order your copy here: http://onetreebooks.com/liquid-gold-pre-order-page/


Date to be confirmed: Martin Muncaster

Book Launch: The Voice, The Face

Martin will be here to launch his memoir The Voice, The Face – a fascinating account of his life and career, as the first presenter on South Today through presenting such TV shows as Songs of Praise and working extensively on Radio 4.