Saturday 8th November 8pm Tickets £15 (£13 concessions)


Spend an evening in the company of this popular and prolific TV and

radio presenter, journalist, columnist and author as he talks about his

new book and epic radio series, The People’s Songs, a social history of

modern Britain told through pop singles. It’s a project that Stuart

is both proud of and passionate about and tells the story of modern

Britain through the records that we listened to and loved during the

dramatic and kaleidoscopic period from the Second World War to the

present day.

Known as co-host of the Radcliffe and Maconie Show on BBC Radio 6 Music,

as well as The Freak Zone and The Freakier Zone on 6 Music, he has also

written and presents dozens of other shows on BBC Radio and TV. As well

as acclaimed official biographies of Blur and James, he is also one of

the UK’s top selling travel writers, with ‘Adventures on the High Teas’

bringing comparisons to Bill Bryson and The Times calling him a National