Two For One On Melinda Gebbie And Kevin O’Neill This Sunday

The most recent issue of  The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century set in 1969 is also set mostly in and around Soho, the area of the West End of London most associated with music, film, advertising, gay culture and pornography.

And also home to the Soho Literary Festival currently underway. And this Sunday at the Soho Arts Theatre on Dean Street, host to Alan Moore collaborators Melinda Gebbie and Kevin O’Neill with Paul Gravett.

And, with Bleeding Cool, you can also get 2 for 1 on the £8 tickets. Just call the box office on 0207 478 0100 and quote “publisher”.

You can quoite other things if you want. But you wonlt get 2 for 1…

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