Here are this years tour dates (so far).. it’s got to be possible to meet Andy McNab sometime!!! Good luck all

Saturday 17 September, 12-2pm
12-13 High St
Colchester CO1 1DA
(Tickets free)
Further details: 0843 290 8251

We are very excited to have the thriller writer Andy McNab coming to the store to sign copies of his latest Nick Stone novel. Unfortunately photography will not be permitted during this event.

Monday 19 September, 8pm (though not mentioned on their website yet!)
Toppings Bookshop
Paragon, Bath BA1 5LS
(Tickets £7 redeemable against the price of the book)

Tuesday 20 September, 12-2pm
7-9 High St
Salisbury SP1 2NJ
(Tickets free)
Further details: 0843 2908575

The new Nick Stone thriller is coming out, and Andy McNab will be in Salisbury signing copies. Come and meet the Bravo Two Zero legend turned bestselling novelist and patron of Help for Heroes. Signed copies can be reserved. Unfortunately, no photography will be permitted at the signing.

Tuesday 20 September, 7.30pm
The Drill Hall – Organised by Chepstow Bookshop
Lower Church St
Chepstow NP16 5HJ
(Tickets £4 redeemable against price of book)

SAS hero and author of the bestseller “Bravo Two Zero” Andy McNab returns to Chepstow to talk about his new Nick Stone novel “Dead Centre.”  Please note that tickets must be bought in advance for this event and strictly no photography is allowed (including mobile phone).

Wednesday 21 September, 7pm
National Army Museum
Royal Hospital Road
(Tickets £10 Standard /Concession: £7.50)
Further details: 020 7881 6600
See also our earlier post on Grey Man’s Land

Friday 23 September, 12.30-2pm
Leadenhall Market
(Tickets free)

Friday 23 September,  7pm
297a High St
Lincoln LN2 1AF
(Tickets £3)
Further details: 01522 540011

Andy McNab will be in store talking about and signing his new thriller.

Saturday 24 September, 12.30-2pm
1/5 Bridlesmith Gate
Nottingham NG1 2GR
(Tickets free)

Saturday 8 October, 4.45pm
The Times Cheltenham Literature Festival (Montpellier Gardens)
(Tickets £8)
Further details Cheltenham Festivals website

Bigger and better than ever, the Festival returns for its 62nd year with a heady brew of the best writers, thinkers and agenda-setters brought together for an amazing 10 days of discussions, debates and happenings that will stay with you for ever.
To celebrate 50 years since it was first published, Catch-22 has been selected as this year’s Big Read. It’s a particularly appropriate choice given that its author, Joseph Heller, did his last ever public event at Cheltenham in 1999. Now, admirers of this classic novel, academic Sarah Churchwell, and authors Mohammed Hanif and Andy McNab discuss its enduring appeal. Photography is not permitted at this event.

Saturday 8 October, 8.45pm
The Times Cheltenham Literature Festival (Imperial Square)
(Tickets £10)
Further details Cheltenham Festivals website

What is it really like to be a soldier in the thick of battle? Who better to ask than SAS man turned author, Andy McNab. Here he reflects on “modern day heroes fighting modern day wars”, and the real-life stories from the battlefields of Afghanistan collected in his book, Spoken From the Front. Photography is not permitted at this event.