Having finally released his epic door stop of a second novel Jerusalem, Alan Moore is coming to London for a rare live audience. Speaking with Stuwart Lee at an event hosted by the Guardian, the 90 minute conversation will see the grand high wizard discussing the million or so words he plowed into Jerusalem, along with his continuing career as one of the world's greatest living comic book writers. He may even be persuaded to bring up his recent semi-endorsement of Jeremy Corbyn (who Moore said he would vote for, if he ever voted for anyone, which as an anarchist he doesn't. But you should. Perhaps.).
An Evening With Alan Moore and Stewart Lee takes place on November 7th at the Piccadilly Theatre, from 7pm - 8.30pm, priced £15+ booking fee. They can be grabbed from over here.
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