Esquire and Faber Present

Q&A With 'The Damned United' Author David Peace

For one night only, Esquire and Faber are putting on a night in conversation with one of our favourite British authors David Peace.

David will be talking with Esquire contributing editor Dan Davies about his new novel Red or Dead (published 15 August 2013, Faber, £20) which charts the rise of Liverpool football club alongside the life and work of legendary manager Bill Shankly.

David Peace's only London event will be upstairs at The Lexington (London N1 9JB) on August 21st and will include a reading and interview with David plus two live music sets – from singer James Walsh, formerly frontman of Starsailor and musician Luke Haines, who will be playing from his new album 'Rock and Roll Animals'. 

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Book your place for £8 at www.davidpeace.eventbrite.co.uk

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