22 February 2018
New Diorama Theatre, 15–16 Triton Street, Regent's Place, London, NW1 3BF
Free, please book your place
By Pauline Walker
Listen to the author read excerpts from her novel The Truthteller's Tale. Pauline has worked with Spare Tyre for several years, and we're delighted to host her reading as part of the Invisible Women Festival.
About the novel
Mixed-race couple Claudette and Alec’s idyllic life is shattered when the far-right New Britain Party wins the 2022 General Election and immigrants are classified as non-citizens. Newly-pregnant Claudette is interned in the government’s flagship Community Housing Project, while Alec infiltrates the government and attempts to bring down the oppressive regime from within.
About the author
Pauline Walker’s short story The Wait won the top fiction prize at the Creative Future Literary Awards in 2017. The Wait is published in the anthology Important Nothings which also features work from Kit de Waal and Sabrina Mahfouz.
When: Thursday 22 February 2018
Where: New Diorama Theatre, 15–16 Triton Street, Regent's Place, London, NW1 3BF
Places: Free, book online or call the Box Office on 0207 383 9034.
Part of Spare Tyre's Invisible Women Festival