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Tuesday 9am - 7pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Shirley Conran: Queen of the Bonkbuster
Tying in with the renewed interest in erotic fiction, Shirley Conran’s 1980’s bonkbuster, Lace, has been reprinted for the 21st Century woman. Credited with improving the sex lives of women everywhere, Lace is essentially a feminist novel according to Shirley. "Today", she says, "girls may know more about sex but Lace’s message of empowerment and equality is as relevant and important as it was thirty years ago."
Shirley’s first book, Superwoman, was an international bestseller selling more than a million copies worldwide and introducing the phrase “Life’s too short to stuff a mushroom.” She is a former editor on the Daily Mail and the Observer. Now in her 81st year, she remains the feisty, outspoken champion of feminism and is still writing. See Shirley Conran's titles in our catalogue.
This event will take the form of a Q and A session with the audience invited to submit questions.
- Not suitable for children
Tickets are £5, including refreshments.
Book online using credit/debit cards
Telephone credit/debit cards bookings on 01483 543599. A small handling charge will apply.
Tickets can also be bought in person from Esher Library