Award-winning travel writer Bill Bryson’s new book, One Summer, explores America as it was in the ’20s. It focuses on 1927, when the stock market boomed, the aviator Charles Lindbergh rose to fame, Al Capone’s reign of terror reached its peak, and television was invented. With Bryson’s signature wit and inquisitive spirit, this is sure to be an unmissable evening.
Please note that the venue (the Forum) has reserved seating. Seats are allocated in order of booking.
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