Our events play a big part of our life here at Simply Books and we love hosting them! From our regular events in the bookshop to our Headline author events and our Simply Cinema film screenings - we have something for everyone!
Join Sue for stories & fun creative activities!
Stories & rhymes perfect for 0-3 year olds!
Beginners to advanced knitters -
Informal Italian conversation
An entertaining half hour chatting about books with Andrew.
Enjoy informal Spanish conversation
Click on the images below to find out more about our regular events!
Date: Thursday 19th March Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Ford's Lane Church, Ford's Lane, Bramhall
Join us for an evening ‘in conversation’ with one of the country’s most popular and distinguished authors – and one of the most engaging speakers we’ve ever hosted!
Tickets: £10 (redeemable on the night against a signed/dedicated copy of MUM & DAD)
Join Michelle as she introduces you to the star of her brand new book 'The Day The Banana Went Bad'.
We are delighted to welcome debut author Beth Morrey for an evening in conversation about her new novel Saving Missy – bittersweet, tender and uplifting and a big hit with Sue’s Women’s Book Club.
A beautifully acted and sensitive new adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s much beloved and timeless classic.
Join us for lunch and lively conversation with Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith and her niece Peta Leith (former sous chef at The Ivy, and a lifelong vegetarian) to celebrate the publication of their new book.
We’re delighted to welcome Joanna back to Simply Books for the launch of her new novel MUM & DAD.
A breathtaking WWI epic...two young soldiers are tasked with crossing enemy territory to deliver a message that will stop a deadly attack on hundreds of British soldiers. Visually stunning and totally gripping.
You are warmly invited to join us for a book launch party to celebrate the publication of Sarah Butler’s new novel JACK & BET…
Feel-good film of the year! With their soldier partners serving in Afghanistan a group of women come together to form the first military wives choir…