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Come and see us at Tooting Tales this weekend!

Here’s something for your diary this weekend – the south London based community organization, Brick Box is putting on Tooting Tales, a festival devoted to books and all things reading – and we’re going to have a stall!

Ian and Anthony from Book Cycle will be giving away free books and will be answering all of your questions about Book Swaps for London. So if you want to know more, pop in and say hi!

Here’s Brick Box’s write up of the event:

Tooting Tales: A Celebration of Voices and Stories, 23rd-26th Feb 2012

Stories, words, books, poems, shouts, whispers – Tooting Tales will rejoice in them all. In collaboration with the Construction Gallery, we present a veritable cavalcade of all that we love about literature including a library installation, amazing story telling, author readings, interactive word play, human scrabble & the Tooting Tales Terribly Terrific Tour of Tooting!

As night falls, the market will be open again for revelry, exploration & late-night bimbling. Expect 1-1 story telling, performances from Blackshaw’s Gormenghast: Titus Groan, spoken word-smithery, and love limericks and cabaret. Plus music from the inimitable Alphabet Soup! More information and a full programme HERE

Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th, 1-5pm, Free. Saturday 25th, 9pm-2am, £5 or £3 in advance.

You can check out more information on the Tooting Tales Facebook page. See you there!


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