"Filthy, snobbish and tremendously enjoyable ... lewd, very funny, not very likeable but possessed of a festival turn of abuse ... there is something irresistible about his memoirs. It's how well they are written"
Philip Hensher, The Guardian
Outsider was one of the most talked about books of last year. This year Brian Sewell returns with part two of his memoirs -- just as riveting and scandalous as the first. In Outsider II, Sewell charts his path from 1967 to becoming one of the most controversial and provocative art critics of our time, as well as answering the questions about his involvement with the spy Anthony Blunt. An insightful, provoking, animated and captivating evening.
Note: Mr Sewell, 80 years old, skillfully navigated the freezing cold winds and icy pavements to come to the bookshop, despite being on crutches.
Jeanette Weston © 2013 Magus Studio
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