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Venue: Pages Cheshire Street

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5 Cheshire Street
London, E2 6ED United Kingdom
020 8525 1452 http://pagescheshirestreet.co.uk/

Accessibility Information

At present, Pages Cheshire Street is not currently wheelchair accessible. We are working hard to overcome this, and have been in talks with Tower Hamlets Council since we opened in May to arrange for a wheelchair ramp to be made available for those who require it. This is proving to be a challenging task given the height of the doorway and narrowness of the pavement outside the shop, however we remain committed to working towards making the shop as accessible as possible. Please check back for news or contact us for updates.

The shop is accessed via two steps with a total height of approximately 26cm.

Seating at our events is unreserved, but please contact us if having a reserved seat would be helpful to you.

Those speaking will typically use microphones and our small PA system should ensure that they can be heard clearly by all attendees.

There is a gender-neutral toilet at the rear of the shop.

If we can do anything to facilitate your visit to Pages Cheshire Street, please contact us and we will do our very best to help both in advance and during the event.

September 2019

Event: SOLD OUT – The Man Who Saw Everything: Deborah Levy with Hannah Dawson

September 10 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Pages Cheshire Street, 5 Cheshire Street
London, E2 6ED United Kingdom
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£5
The Man Who Saw Everything - Deborah Levy

Join us as we welcome Deborah Levy for an intimate event at Pages Cheshire Street where she will be reading from her new book, THE MAN WHO SAW EVERYTHING, followed by a discussion with Hannah Dawson.

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Event: SOLD OUT – More Orgasms Please: Vintage Live x Hotbed Collective

September 5 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Pages Cheshire Street, 5 Cheshire Street
London, E2 6ED United Kingdom
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£5
The Hotbed Collective - More Orgasms Please

Join us for a frank, funny, and empowering celebration of female pleasure with Lisa Williams and Anniki Sommerville of The Hotbed Collective alongside Leena Normington.

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July 2019

Event: SOLD OUT – Daddy Issues with Katherine Angel and Helen Charman

July 19 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Pages Cheshire Street, 5 Cheshire Street
London, E2 6ED United Kingdom
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£5
Daddy Issues - Katherine Angel

Join us as we mark the publication of DADDY ISSUES by Katherine Angel, the latest pocket essay from Hackney's Peninsula Press.

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Event: SOLD OUT – Rowan Hisayo Buchanan & Jessica Andrews

July 18 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Pages Cheshire Street, 5 Cheshire Street
London, E2 6ED United Kingdom
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Rowan Hisayo Buchanan & Jessica Andrews

Join us as we welcome Rowan Hisayo Buchanan and Jessica Andrews to read from and discuss their new novels.

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Event: SOLD OUT – I Will Not Be Erased: Growing Up as People of Colour

July 11 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Pages Cheshire Street, 5 Cheshire Street
London, E2 6ED United Kingdom
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£5
I Will Not Be Erased

Join us as we welcome Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff and Sara Jafari to read from and discuss I WILL NOT BE ERASED, a new essay collection from gal-dem exploring what it means to grow up as a person of colour.

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Event: Stubborn Archivist with Yara Rodrigues Fowler (Fully Booked)

July 4 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Pages Cheshire Street, 5 Cheshire Street
London, E2 6ED United Kingdom
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£5
Stubborn Archivist - Yara Rodrigues Fowler

Join us as we welcome Yara Rodrigues Fowler to read from and discuss her debut novel, STUBBORN ARCHIVIST.

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Event: Doorways: Women, Homelessness, Trauma and Resistance

July 2 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Pages Cheshire Street, 5 Cheshire Street
London, E2 6ED United Kingdom
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£5
Doorways: Women, Homelessness, Trauma and Resistance

A discussion about the cultural, social and political dimensions of women's homelessness and the role of artists in challenging it. With Dr Janna Graham, Bekki Perriman and Shiri Shalmy.

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June 2019

Event: The Collected Schizophrenias with Esmé Weijun Wang

June 27 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Pages Cheshire Street, 5 Cheshire Street
London, E2 6ED United Kingdom
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£5
The Collected Schizophrenias - Esmé Weijun Wang

Join us as we welcome Esmé Weijun Wang to read from and discuss her celebrated new essay collection, THE COLLECTED SCHIZOPHRENIAS, with Sharlene Teo. 

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Event: On Anxiety with Sophie Mackintosh, Ka Bradley, and Sarvat Hasin

June 18 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Pages Cheshire Street, 5 Cheshire Street
London, E2 6ED United Kingdom
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£5
On Anxiety

Anxiety. Worry, fear, longing, impatience. One word can mean so many things, be it the medical term for a mental health condition or a colloquialism for various forms of stress. Anxiety has affected all of us in one way or another; that's why 3 of Cups chose it as the theme for their first book, which you now have an opportunity to buy and bring to life. ON ANXIETY is a collection of short fiction, essays, poetry and art around anxiety in all its various guises, featuring over twenty artists exploring them.

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May 2019

Event: Feminist Book Fortnight: Rebecca Tamás & Lucy Mercer

May 15 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Pages Cheshire Street, 5 Cheshire Street
London, E2 6ED United Kingdom
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Feminist Book Fortnight: Rebecca Tamás & Lucy Mercer

We’re very excited to be welcoming poets Rebecca Tamás and Lucy Mercer to the shop as part of Feminist Book Fortnight. Rebecca will be reading from her new collection, WITCH, Lucy will be reading a selection of her recent work, and then both poets will be joined by Olivia Sudjic for a discussion of their work.

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Event: Feminist Book Fortnight: Can We All Be Feminists?

May 9 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Pages Cheshire Street, 5 Cheshire Street
London, E2 6ED United Kingdom
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Can We All Be Feminists?

Join us for a discussion of contemporary feminisms and intersectionality featuring Eishar Kaur and Wei Ming Kam, contributors to CAN WE ALL BE FEMINISTS? (Little Brown, 2018).

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