Martin Rowson reads from his new book The Limerickiad. Combining bad jokes, cheap puns, dodgy rhymes and hilarious cartoons, The Limerickiad promises to do for literature what 1066 and All That did for history, by re-telling the world's best-loved classics, from Gilgamesh to Shakespeare, in limericks. Andy Croft will read from 1948, a comic novel set during the post-War London Olympics (and illustrated by Martin Rowson). Starring Russian spies, London gangsters and useless poets, 1948 is part Cold War film-noir and part Ealing comedy, written in Pushkin sonnets.

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22 May 12ARC, Stockton-on-Tees :: V01950064742
listing details L0539037886

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