Beach Hut People Author Nancy Stevenson in conversation with publisher Eleanor Brown.
Tuesday 8th August 2023, 2.30pm
Frinton Library, 59 Old Road Frinton-on-Sea , CO13 9DAIn this talk at Frinton Library, Nancy Stevenson will draw from her book 'Beach Hut People'. She will take us on a journey to discover a little more about the people who inhabit these ‘sheds by the sea’ and the pleasures of a day at the hut. She will share stories collected in beach huts in Frinton and Walton and tell us more about this friendly and welcoming community who have given her a sense of what it is to be a ‘beach-hutter’. Copies of Beach Hut People will be for sale after the event.
Free but booking required. Bookings at Frinton Library. Drop in and speak to staff, phone 0345 603 7628, or email Frinton.firstname.lastname@example.orgRead more
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Tuesday 13 June , 6 –8 pm
University of Westminster
35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS.
Places are free but booking will be required.
Five speakers explore personal and embodied experiences of domestic and leisure places in this London Festival of Architecture event. We journey beyond the materiality of these places and reflect upon meanings, dreams, practices and memories. We invite you to explore the ‘so much more’ associated with the places that you encounter every day.
Questions, refreshments and book signings at the end of the session.
Copies of 'Beach Hut People' will be available at launch price of £10.
Chaired by Maja Jovic
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This event is part of the London Festival of Architecture which takes place throughout June.Read more
Beach Hut People
Beach Hut People
By Nancy Stevenson
Published by Publishing Household, 2023
We are excited to announce that we have published a new book 'Beach Hut People' by Nancy Stevenson.
Nancy captures a unique slice of seaside culture by taking us on a journey in which we discover more about the people who inhabit these ‘sheds by the sea’.
'A charming snapshot of a slice of the British seaside, the humble beach hut, their occupants, and a tiny corner of Essex serving here as a brilliant microcosm for a larger story about our island nation's idiosyncrasies’. -Travis ElboroughRead more