Jon McGregor Reading form Reservoir 13 - 10th May

 In April last year the very wonderful Jon McGregor came to see us. He read from his (then) novel-in-progress and crossed out the bits that didn't sound right. We're delighted to have him back here on 10th May when he'll be reading from the finished piece Reservoir 13. It's brilliant by the way. We love it and here's what other people had to say;

Absolutely magnificent; one of the most beautiful, affecting novels I’ve read in years. The prose is alive and ringing. There is so much space and life in every sentence. I don’t know how he’s done it. It’s beautiful’ - Eimear McBride

‘McGregor writes with such grace and precision, with love even, about who and where we are, that he leaves behind all other writers of his generation’ - Sarah Hall

‘If you don’t yet know you should read novels by Jon McGregor, then I can’t help you’ - Evie Wyld

Tickets cost £5 which includes a glass of wine and £4 off purchases on the night. Book them HERE


Jon McGregor is the author of the critically acclaimed If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things, So Many Ways to Begin and Even the Dogs. He is the winner of the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, the Betty Trask Prize and the Somerset Maugham Award, and has been twice longlisted for the Man Booker Prize. He was runner-up for the BBC National Short Story Award in both 2010 and 2011, with 'If It Keeps on Raining' and 'Wires' respectively.