Tom Chivers follows hidden pathways, explores lost islands and uncovers the geological mysteries that burst up through the pavement and bubble to the surface of our streets. From Roman ruins to a submerged playhouse, from an abandoned Tube station to underground rivers, Chivers leads us on a journey into the depths of the city he loves. 

A lyrical interrogation of a capital city, a landscape and our connection to place, London Clay celebrates urban edgelands: in-between spaces where the natural world and the metropolis collide. Through a combination of historical research, vivid reportage and personal memoir, it will transform how you see London, and cities everywhere. 

Tom Chivers, with the forensic eye of an investigator, the soul of a poet, is an engaging presence; a guide we would do well to follow. – Iain Sinclair 

Join Tom Chivers for a fascinating and unique look at London, which will inspire you to think about what lies beneath our feet and reveal new ways of looking at our city. 

Event: Tom Chivers discusses his new book, London Clay  

Location: Dulwich Books, 6 Croxted Road, West Dulwich, SE21 8SW  

Date: Wednesday 22nd September 2021 

Time: 19.00 – 20.30 

Price: £8 (Admission) 

           £25 (Admission + a copy of London Clay RRP £20) 

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