Gaiman is the bestselling author and creator of books, graphic novels, short stories, film and television for all ages, including Neverwhere, The Graveyard Book, The Ocean at the End of the Lane and the critically acclaimed, Emmy-nominated television adaptation of American Gods.
The recipient of numerous literary honours, he has written scripts for Doctor Who, had work adapted for film, television, radio and opera, and collaborated with authors and illustrators including Dave McKean and Chris Riddell. His Sandmanseries is established as one of the classic graphic novels.
In 2017, Gaiman became a Goodwill Ambassador for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency. As George RR Martin says, ‘There’s no one quite like Neil Gaiman.’
Kirsty Wark presents the BBC’s flagship nightly current affairs show Newsnight, and has conducted long-form interviews with everyone from Margaret Thatcher to Madonna, Harold Pinter to Pete Doherty, Damien Hirst to George Clooney and the likes of Toni Morrison, Donna Tartt and Philip Roth.
Wark has won several major awards for her work, including BAFTA Awards for Outstanding Contribution to Broadcasting, Journalist of the Year and Best Television Presenter.
Her debut novel, The Legacy of Elizabeth Pringle, was published in 2014. She is currently writing her second novel.
For ages 16+
A limited number of exclusive signed copies of Neil Gaiman’s The Quite Nice and Fairly Accurate Good Omens Script Book are available for £20 when you buy a ticket to the event, to be collected on the night.
If the option to purchase a book does not appear during booking, there are no more signed copies available.
Unsigned copies of the book are available to purchase at the event.
This event is British Sign Language interpreted (BSL) and Speech-to-Text transcribed (STT) by Vicky Lamb and Benjamin G.