Tomorrow from 6:30pm we will be launching the second in the This Is Horror Premium Chapbook Series, Thin Men with Yellow Faces by Gary McMahon and Simon Bestwick. We would love it if you’d join us at MadLab in Manchester.
So, here’s a recap of all the essential details.
When and where is it?
Saturday 22 September at MadLab in Manchester. The event kicks off at 6:30pm and ends at around 8:15pm.
If you’d like to join us for what promises to be a very special evening of horror literature in Manchester then you can buy tickets for just £3 here. There will also be tickets available on the door unless the event sells out. There is only limited capacity and tickets are selling fast so we advise buying a ticket in advance to avoid disappointment.
You will be unable to buy tickets online after 10:30am on Saturday 22 September. However, you may email Michael@ThisIsHorror.co.uk to enquire about availability and where possible to reserve tickets on the door.
Getting to the venue
For information on how to find the venue please check out the MadLab website.
Can I buy books at the event?
I’m a subscriber, can I pick up my copy of Thin Men with Yellow Faces at the event?
Absolutely! Just e-mail Michael@ThisIsHorror.co.uk in advance and let him know.
Where can I park?
We’ve had a look at a variety of car parks. This is one of the nearest to the venue – Nicholas Croft, Manchester, M4 1EY . It’s an NCP, open 24 hours a day, if you arrive after 5pm you can park there for £4.
Where can I eat and drink before/after the event?
MadLab is located in the Northern Quarter of Manchester. There are many great places to eat and drink including Bluu, Trof, Odd Bar, Night and Day Café. If you’re after a Wetherspoons or Lloyds Bar the nearest is The Seven Stars on Dantzic Street.
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