Wed, 15 September 2021

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm BST

A Night In with Lemony Snicket

In Conversation With Robin Ince

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In this livestream event held in partnership with Fane, join the bestselling author of A Series of Unfortunate Events with a cautionary tale about his own demise.

Join the internationally bestselling author of A Series of Unfortunate Events as he invites you to solve the mystery of his own demise. This true story – as true as Lemony Snicket himself – begins with a puzzling note under his door: You had poison for breakfast.

For more than twenty years, Lemony has led millions of young readers through a mysterious world of bewildering questions and unfortunate events. With this latest book – a love letter to readers young and old about the vagaries of real life – long-time fans and new readers alike will experience Snicket’s distinctive voice in a new way.

In conversation with comedian, actor and writer Robin Ince, Lemony will take us on a though-provoking tour of his predilections – from the proper way to boil an egg to the sublime pleasure of swimming in open water.

This is an event full of surprises, delight and bewilderment for curious children and adults alike.

This event is presented in partnership with Fane.

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Lemony Snicket

Author of A Series of Unfortunate Events

Lemony Snicket claims he was nowhere near the scene of the crime. He is the author of several other unpleasant stories, including those in the bestselling A Series of Unfortunate Events and The Lump of Coal.

Robin Ince

Comedian and co-host of award-winning Radio 4 science show The Infinite Monkey Cage.

Robin Ince is the co-presenter of Radio 4’s multiple award winning The Infinite Monkey Cage. He spent 2019 appearing across the world in the Universal tour with Brian Cox – travelling from LA to Oslo, Wellington to Aberdeen and ending up in Reykjavik after shows at the 02 and Wembley Arena. Robin co-wrote How to Build a Universe (part 1) with Brian Cox and his most recent book is I’m a Joke and So Are You, a book about why we become who we become and how we deal with it.