Saturday, 12 September, 2015: Heritage Open Day with Allsop, Sawers and Kruschwitz

The Two Rivers Press Heritage Open Day (HOD) events will be hosted by Waterstones Booksellers Ltd, 89A Broad Street, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 2AP.   Plan accordingly.  Come and join us.

Caught_on_Camera_Cover11.00am – 12.00pm   Book Signing and Photographic Exhibition: ‘Caught on Camera: Reading in the 70s‘ by Terry Allsop – come and meet the author and view a small exhibition of photographs. This intimate portrait of Reading in the 1970s shows a variety of scenes and locations and is brought to life by the people who inhabit the photographs, demonstrating the vitality and diversity of the town – aspects that live on despite changes in fashion and car design! – For more information click here.

Broad_Street_Chapel_Cover12.00pm – 1:00pm  Tour of Broad Street Chapel followed by book signing: Geoff Sawers author of ‘Broad Street Chapel & the Origins of Dissent in Reading’. Geoff Sawers has chronicled the life of the very building in which this Waterstones is located in his book ‘Broad Street Chapel and the Origins of Dissent in Reading’.He will talk about the building’s history and lead a short tour around the public areas of the building. His book will also be available for purchase, for him to sign and dedicate.

Booking is necessary as numbers are limited to 8 places for this event. Tickets are free of charge available in store. For more information click here.

Writing_on-the_Wall_Cover_final3:00pm – 4:00pm – Book signing: ‘The Writing on the Wall: Reading’s Latin Inscriptions’ by Peter Kruschwitz. Meet the author and hear about some of Reading’s Latin inscriptions. Let this book take you on a journey of discovery through the remarkable and chequered history of this town, uncovering some of Reading’s hidden treasures and recalling the individuals who have made the town what it is today. – For more information click here.