BookBar Presents Monica Heisey in Conversation With Dolly Alderton
Schitt's Creek screen-writer Monica Heisey will be in conversation with Sunday Times Style columnist Dolly Alderton discussing Monica's hilarious debut novel Really Good, Actually, a story of newly divorced Maggie who is struggling to come to terms with being a 29-year-old divorcée.
Living in her unaffordable Toronto flat, she attempts to get back out there, oversharing in the group chat and drinking with her high-intensity new divorced friend Amy as she tries to convince herself and others that she is, in fact, 'really good, actually'.
We promise a brilliant evening that will be as laugh-out-loud funny as Monica's sharp-witted book, as we welcome one of BookBar's most loved writers to talk to one of this generation's most exciting new voices as they discuss the uncertainties of modern love, friendship, happiness and more.
Join us on 17th January at the Crypt on the Green at 7pm for BookBar's most exciting event yet. That's right, Dolly Alderton will be interviewing the brilliant Monica Heisey at an exciting one-off event with BookBar on the publication day of Monica's debut novel Really Good, Actually in the very first event of her tour.
Monica Heisey is a comedian and writer from Toronto. She has been published in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Vogue, Elle, The Guardian, Glamour, New York magazine, and VICE, among others. She has written for television shows like Schitt’s Creek, Workin’ Moms, Baroness von Sketch Show, and more. She currently lives in London. This is her first novel.
Dolly Alderton is a writer and broadcaster. She has written three Sunday Times best-selling books, Everything I Know About Love, a memoir, Ghosts, a novel and Dear Dolly, collected wisdom from her Sunday Times Style Column. She wrote and executive-produced the TV adaptation of Everything I Know About Love, shown on BBC One in the UK and Peacock in the US in summer 2022. She has also hosted the number one podcasts The High Low, Love Stories and Sentimental in the City. She has written a column for The Sunday Times Style since 2015 and is their resident Agony Aunt.
***Please note that books are available from 17th January and can be collected at the event. Books will not be available for collection beforehand and we will be unable to post copies out in advance.***
*** We are not able to accept refunds or exchanges on tickets for this event.***