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  1. Adam Phillips on ‘Attention Seeking’

    Adam Phillips talks to Devorah Baum about his latest book, ‘Attention Seeking’, which argues, among other things, that attention seeking is the best thing we do.

    Read more by Adam Phillips in the London Review of Books: https://lrb.me/phillipsyt

    Find out more about London Review Bookshop events: https://lrb.me/eventsyt

    Apologies for any distracting background noise - our bookshop is next to a bar which can get very busy in the evenings!

    ABOUT THE LONDON REVIEW BOOKSHOP

    Located in the heart of Bloomsbury, just a Rosetta Stone’s throw from the British Museum, the London Review Bookshop has established itself as an essential part of the capital’s cultural life. Opened in 2003 by the London Review of Books, it’s a place for people who love books to meet, talk, drink excellent tea and coffee, consume delicious cake, and of course, browse.

    Our selection of more than 20,000 titles ranges from the classics of world literature to the cutting edge of contemporary fiction and poetry, not forgetting a copious display of history, politics, philosophy, cookery, essays and children’s books. And our lovely shop, designed by Amanda Culpin of utility provides the perfect setting in which to explore them all.

    THE CAKE SHOP

    Surrounded by books and fragrant with tea, the London Review Cake …

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  2. Iain Sinclair and Patrick Wright: Living with Buildings | Events | London Review Bookshop

    In Living With Buildings, Iain Sinclair embarks on a series of expeditions – through London, Marseille, Mexico and the Outer Hebrides. He explores the relationship between sickness and structure, and between art, architecture, social planning and health, taking plenty of detours along the way. Walking is Sinclair’s defensive magic against illness and, as he moves, he observes his surroundings: stacked tower blocks and behemoth estates; halogen-lit glasshouse offices and humming hospitals; the blackened hull of a Spitalfields church and the floating mass of Le Corbusier’s radiant city.

    Sinclair was in conversation with Patrick Wright, Professor of Literature and Visual & Material Culture, Kings College London.

    https://www.londonreviewbookshop.co.uk/events/past/2018/9/iain-sinclair-and-patrick-wright-living-with-buildings

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  3. Will Self and Gregor Hens on nicotine, smoking, vaping and more.

    Gregor Hens discusses his book, Nicotine, and the joys and perils of smoking, with Will Self. Filmed at the London Review Bookshop on 10 November 2015. Find out more about events at the London Review Bookshop: http://www.londonreviewbookshop.co.uk/events

    ABOUT THE LONDON REVIEW BOOKSHOP

    Located in the heart of Bloomsbury, just a Rosetta Stone’s throw from the British Museum, the London Review Bookshop has established itself as an essential part of the capital’s cultural life. Opened in 2003 by the London Review of Books, it’s a place for people who love books to meet, talk, drink excellent tea and coffee, consume delicious cake, and of course, browse.

    Our selection of more than 20,000 titles ranges from the classics of world literature to the cutting edge of contemporary fiction and poetry, not forgetting a copious display of history, politics, philosophy, cookery, essays and children’s books. And our lovely shop, designed by Amanda Culpin of utility provides the perfect setting in which to explore them all.

    THE CAKE SHOP

    Surrounded by books and fragrant with tea, the London Review Cake Shop is the modern answer to London’s long-lost literary coffee-houses. Accessed through the Bookshop via a corridor in the history section, the Cake Shop offers a small but vibrant menu, a wide selection of fine teas and a superior espresso. Above all, it pro…

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  4. Adam Phillips on ‘Attention Seeking’ 2

    Adam Phillips talks to Devorah Baum about his latest book, ‘Attention Seeking’, which argues, among other things, that attention seeking is the best thing we do.

    UPDATE Read more by Adam Phillips in the London Review of Books: https://lrb.me/phillipsyt

    Find out more about London Review Bookshop events: https://lrb.me/eventsyt

    Apologies for any distracting background noise - our bookshop is next to a bar which can get very busy in the evenings!

    ABOUT THE LONDON REVIEW BOOKSHOP

    Located in the heart of Bloomsbury, just a Rosetta Stone’s throw from the British Museum, the London Review Bookshop has established itself as an essential part of the capital’s cultural life. Opened in 2003 by the London Review of Books, it’s a place for people who love books to meet, talk, drink excellent tea and coffee, consume delicious cake, and of course, browse.

    Our selection of more than 20,000 titles ranges from the classics of world literature to the cutting edge of contemporary fiction and poetry, not forgetting a copious display of history, politics, philosophy, cookery, essays and children’s books. And our lovely shop, designed by Amanda Culpin of utility provides the perfect setting in which to explore them all.

    THE CAKE SHOP

    Surrounded by books and fragrant with tea, the London Review Cake Shop is the mode…

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  5. Adam Phillips and Chris Oakley: Unforbidden Pleasures

    Adam Phillips, writer and psychotherapist, discusses his book, ‘Unforbidden Pleasures’, with Chris Oakley.

    Read more by Adam Phillips in the London Review of Books: https://lrb.me/phillipsyt

    Find out more about London Review Bookshop events: https://lrb.me/eventsyt

    ABOUT THE LONDON REVIEW BOOKSHOP

    Located in the heart of Bloomsbury, just a Rosetta Stone’s throw from the British Museum, the London Review Bookshop has established itself as an essential part of the capital’s cultural life. Opened in 2003 by the London Review of Books, it’s a place for people who love books to meet, talk, drink excellent tea and coffee, consume delicious cake, and of course, browse.

    Our selection of more than 20,000 titles ranges from the classics of world literature to the cutting edge of contemporary fiction and poetry, not forgetting a copious display of history, politics, philosophy, cookery, essays and children’s books. And our lovely shop, designed by Amanda Culpin of utility provides the perfect setting in which to explore them all.

    THE CAKE SHOP

    Surrounded by books and fragrant with tea, the London Review Cake Shop is the modern answer to London’s long-lost literary coffee-houses. Accessed through the Bookshop via a corridor in the history section, the Cake Shop offers a small but vibrant menu, a wi…

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  6. Adam Phillips and Chris Oakley: Unforbidden Pleasures

    Adam Phillips, writer and psychotherapist, discusses his book, ‘Unforbidden Pleasures’, with Chris Oakley.

    ABOUT THE LONDON REVIEW BOOKSHOP

    Located in the heart of Bloomsbury, just a Rosetta Stone’s throw from the British Museum, the London Review Bookshop has established itself as an essential part of the capital’s cultural life. Opened in 2003 by the London Review of Books, it’s a place for people who love books to meet, talk, drink excellent tea and coffee, consume delicious cake, and of course, browse.

    Our selection of more than 20,000 titles ranges from the classics of world literature to the cutting edge of contemporary fiction and poetry, not forgetting a copious display of history, politics, philosophy, cookery, essays and children’s books. And our lovely shop, designed by Amanda Culpin of utility provides the perfect setting in which to explore them all.

    THE CAKE SHOP

    Surrounded by books and fragrant with tea, the London Review Cake Shop is the modern answer to London’s long-lost literary coffee-houses. Accessed through the Bookshop via a corridor in the history section, the Cake Shop offers a small but vibrant menu, a wide selection of fine teas and a superior espresso. Above all, it provides a haven for reading and reflection.

    The London Review Bookshop and Cake Shop are open Mo…

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