Ink and Drink with award-winning cartoonist Suzy Varty
Seven Stories: The National Centre for Children's Books
Join cartoonist and illustrator Suzy Varty for an Ink & Drink evening at Seven Stories.
Join award-winning cartoonist and illustrator Suzy Varty for an Ink & Drink evening at Seven Stories.
Suzy Varty's work has appeared alongside the work of such renowned underground comix creators as Trina Robbins, Phoebe Gloeckner, and Hunt Emerson. In the late 1970s, she compiled, contributed to and edited Heröine, the first anthology of comics by women to be published in the UK. She'll talk about the wonderful medium of comics ad her involvement with the form over several decades. Relax, sip your drink and join in!
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£10 per ticket, including a free drink
Suitable for ages:
Seven Stories the National Centre for Childrens Books
Family Friendly Facilities: Seven Stories is a Family Friendly venue!
Baby changing facilities are found on Level 1.
Buggies can also be stored on Level 1, subject to space availability.
Café: located on Level 2, serving a range of homemade hot and cold food and drink. Only food purchased in the café can be consumed here.
Shop: We're very proud of our Bookshop located on Level 3, which has been recognised by the Booksellers’ Association as one of the biggest and best independent children's bookshops in the country. Our staff are passionate about children's books, and are only too willing to help you with any book-buying decisions you need to make.
Hearing loops are fitted in the following areas:
Reception, Bookshop, Storylab, Attic and Cafe
Large print information is available:Please ask at reception for details.
Guide and hearing dogs are welcome.
Wheelchair access to all seven floors via the lift.
Seating can be found on all levels and in both galleries.
Accessible toilet: located on Level 1