Bestselling writer Jonathan Stroud to help ward off evil spirits for Museums at Night

By Ben Miller | 14 May 2014

Top author Jonathan Stroud encounters evil spirits and biscuits for Museums at Night 2014 in Nottinghamshire

A photo of a male author in profile
© Courtesy Random House
As the the award-winning author of psychic adventure Lockwood & Co, Jonathan Stroud has just enjoyed an “amazing” US tour filled with “booksellers buzzing” and “the most enthusiastic” young readers. And he’s looking forward to more of the same leaps of imagination and tall tale excitement at West Bridgford Library.

“I’m really excited about being involved in Museums at Night – it’s such a great concept,” he says.

“I like to think there's something for everyone in my event - some scares, some laughs, some funny dressing up, a video trailer, reading and lots of chat about my favourite kind of biscuit."

The evening will focus on his new series and provide a few potentially life-saving tips.

“I'll be showing the audience how to spot ghosts, telling them about the different types of ghosts and what life is like in a haunted London,” reveals the wraith-vanquishing writer.

“And, crucially, I'll be showing them the equipment needed to fight off evil spirits.”

  • Event takes place May 16, 7pm-9pm. Tickets £4 (family ticket £12). Booking essential, telephone 0115 981 6506 or visit the library. Visit Jonathan Stroud's website.

What do you think? Leave a comment below.

Hundreds of events take place for Museums at Night between May 15-17 2014. Visit museumsatnight.org.uk and follow the festival on Twitter@MuseumsAtNight.

More on Museums at Night:

Space opera: Jessica Voorsanger talks sci-fi in Scunthorpe for Museums at Night

Volunteers share all: Spencer Tunick talks about his daring project for Museums at Night

Museums at Night 2014: Our guide to Newcastle and Gateshead's Late Shows
Latest comment: >Make a comment
More on the venues and organisations we've mentioned:
    Back to article
    Your comment:
    DISCLAIMER: Reader comments posted at www.culture24.org.uk are the opinion of the comment writer, not Culture24. Culture24 reserves the right to withdraw or withhold from publication any comments that are deemed to be hearsay or potentially libellous, or make false or unsubstantiated allegations or are deemed to be spam or unrelated to the article at which they are posted.
    Museums at Night newsletter sign up
    Culture24 editor's newsletter sign up
    advertisement
    Festival of Museums