The first of the book events for this year’s Wanstead Fringe have been unveiled, with tickets now on sale.
Rory Cellan-Jones, the BBC’s technology correspondent and very familiar figure for decades, will be speaking about the revolutions society has gone through with the rise of social media and mobile phones. His new book Always On has been very well received – Stephen Fry called it ‘delightfully insightful and intensely readable‘.
Ian Dunt is one of the most talented political commentators of his generation, and is perhaps best known for his appearances on the Remainiacs podcast. His book How To Be A Liberal is a rallying cry to those who still believe in freedom and reason in the face of rising nationalism around the world.
More events are being unveiled over the next couple of weeks. Details will be published here on Wansteadium, on the Fringe site itself and via the Fringe’s social channels.