The North London Reading Group is an independent network of book groups in and around North London.
We began in June 2007 as a single group of ten like minded souls, which met monthly to discuss something meatier than the then ubiquitous freesheets.
Many of those freesheets have now gone. But we've since bloomed into a network of 20 groups and get together at fab literary gatherings such as Bookstock. More...
Share stories, chat Chaucer and join us on a lovingly curated pilgrimage to Canterbury for our very first NLRG weekend trip. Book now - spaces are limited!
Back in November, I was lucky enough to be given a ticket to the National to see As You Like It and so on a miserable January night, I met with friends and learned of the brilliant plan of one of them: to see a Shakespeare a month to celebrate Shakespeare 400.
We starting a new quarterly book group dedicated to the courageous heroines, roguish aristocrats, Dickensian oiks and Gothic piles of 19th Century classic British literature.
Return to uni (for a night, anyway). We’re taking over some space in the King’s College London student bar, which overlooks the Thames, for a very special one-off book group.
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