Save 7 December for the Novel Diner’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory-themed Supperclub

Save 7 December for the Novel Diner’s <em>Charlie and the Chocolate Factory</em>-themed Supperclub
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If you love literary supperclubs, make sure you make it to this one. There’s sure to be chocolates galore, though I’m sure there’ll be other surprises too.

The founders of the Novel Diner are Claire Coutinho, an intellectual events organiser, and Mina Holland, a arts and food writer. They have run several literary supperclubs already in London, from Proust’s In Search of Lost Time (or Remembrance of Things Past) to Bret Easton Ellis’ American Psycho and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. I reviewed one earlier this year based on Donna Tartt’s The Secret Historya Greek tragedy set in an elite, modern-day liberal arts college in Vermont, New England—and would recommend their efforts. It’s bound to be a night well-spent in the company of book lovers and foodies alike.

Tickets are £35book here. The supperclub is on Friday, 7 December at 7:15pm at the Tea House Theatre on 139 Vauxhall Walk, Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, London SE11 5HL (see map).

Emily Ding

Emily Ding

Emily joined Litro in April 2012 as Literary Editor & Web Designer. She made over the website and introduced new developmental and editorial features to strengthen Litro's online presence. She left her position in January 2013, taking a backseat as Contributing Editor to concentrate on writing. She is a freelance journalist with a special interest in travel writing and foreign reporting (with an inclination for Asia and Latin America), and is now based in Malaysia. English is her native language, but she also speaks Mandarin and Spanish, having spent 2007-08 travelling in Central America.

Emily joined Litro in April 2012 as Literary Editor & Web Designer. She made over the website and introduced new developmental and editorial features to strengthen Litro's online presence. She left her position in January 2013, taking a backseat as Contributing Editor to concentrate on writing. She is a freelance journalist with a special interest in travel writing and foreign reporting (with an inclination for Asia and Latin America), and is now based in Malaysia. English is her native language, but she also speaks Mandarin and Spanish, having spent 2007-08 travelling in Central America.

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