There are still a few tickets left for next Tuesday’s NPSCC Literary Lunch. This popular annual event, which includes a two-course lunch and a features a guest speaker, will be held at the newly opened Radici restaurant opposite the Almeida Theatre.

Meg Rosoff was educated at Harvard and St Martin’s College of Art in London, and worked in New York for ten years before moving to England in 1989. She worked in publishing, journalism, politics and advertising before writing How I Live Now in 2004. Since then, she has won or been shortlisted for 22 international book prizes.  Her most recent works are Jonathan Unleashed for adults, Beck with Mal Peet for teens and Good Dog McTavish, her debut novel for pre-teens.

Tickets are £45 including lunch & wine and can be reserved by contacting Alison Samuel at alison@samuel-family.co.uk or call 07973620372, or Sarah Curtis s.curtis@currell.com on 020 7226 4200. The lunch is on 23rd May, from 12 noon to 2.30.

Currell is a long-term supporter of the NSPCC. The main sponsor of this year’s Literary Lunch is Joelson.