2015
11.07

Former SAS soldier and best-selling author Andy McNab returns to the Tank Museum in Bovington, Dorset in October.

As well as sharing his experiences of commanding Bravo Two Zero during the Gulf War, Andy will also be talking about his latest Nick Stone release: ‘Detonator’ which is due for release on 22nd October 2015.

The event takes place on 31 October 2015

Ticket Options
Lecture Only – £14.00

Lecture and Curry Meal – £21.00
(A vegetarian curry option will be available. Please inform us of any other dietary requirements.)

Strictly no photos or video.

Programme:
18:00 – Restaurant opens for curry sitting.
18:30 – Lecture hall opens and light refreshments and bar open.
19:30 – Lecture commences.
20:30 – Short Q&A.
20:45 – Opportunity for signing memorabilia (please bring your memorabilia with you).
21:45 – Museum closes.

Copies of Detonator will be available to purchase from the Museum shop which will be open from 18:00 – 21:30.

Go here for tickets and more information about this event at the Tank Museum

2015
02.05

Andy is signing books again and talking about his latest Tom Buckingham novel ‘State of Emergency’.  Hope you’ll be able to attend one of these events and see if Andy’s face is really as pixelated as he likes us to think!

16 May
Andy McNab will be signing books.
WHSmith – 124-126 Victoria Centre, Nottingham
12:30 in UTC+01

17 May
Andy McNab will be signing books.
Waterstones Milton Keynes – Unit 72 Misummer Place, Milton Keynes
12:00 in UTC+01

18 May
Andy McNab will be giving a talk and signing copies of his book.
Bookmark – 20 The Crescent, Spalding Lincolnshire
19:15 in UTC+

19 May
Andy McNab will be giving a talk and signing copies of his book in conjunction with the Waterstones in Doncaster.
The event will take place at the Danum Hotel – High Street, Doncaster at 7:30pm.

20 May – afternoon
Andy McNab will be signing copies of his book.
WHSmith Newcastle – 36 Northumberland St, Newcastle
12:30 in UTC+01

20 May – evening
A talk and book signing with Andy McNab.
Guisborough Bookshop – 4 Chaloner Street, Guisborough North Yorkshire
19:00 in UTC+01

21 May
Andy McNab will be at the Loch Leven Community Library to give a talk and to sign copies of his book.
Loch Leven Community Library – Loch Leven Community Campus, Muirs Kinross
19:30 in UTC+01

22 May – afternoon
Andy McNab will be signing copies of his book.
Waterstones Stirling – Unit 1 Thistle Marches, Thistles Shopping Centre Stirling
12:30 in UTC+01

22 May- evening
Andy McNab will be giving a talk and signing copies of his book.
Crown and Mitre Hotel – Castle Street, Carlisle
19:30 in UTC+01

23 May
Andy McNab will be signing copies of his book.
Waterstones Market Harborough – 7 The Square, Market Harborough
12:00 in UTC+01

Source: Andy McNab’s official Facebook page

Andy McNab book signing in Basingstoke 2014

Andy McNab book signing in Basingstoke 2014

2015
02.04

“The Oldie Literary Lunches have become a venerable institution on the London literary scene since they were first launched in 1996. Held monthly at Simpson’s-in-the-Strand, the lunches feature three speakers who each address the audience for ten minutes. A delicious three-course lunch with wine accompanies the talks.”

Andy McNab will be one of the speakers on 19 May. We do wonder if they really know who he is … inviting Andy McNab to talk ‘for ten minutes’ ??? They might want to withhold ordering the taxi home in advance. 😉

The programme:

oldies

To book tickets call Katherine or Jenny on 01225 42 73 11 (UK) between the hours of 9am and 3pm, Monday-Friday. Tickets cost £62

Source: The Oldie website

 

2014
17.12

More than 200 people visited Westover Land Rover in Salisbury on Sunday 14 December to see Andy McNab, ex-SAS man turned best-selling author. Andy signed over 250 books for the showroom’s guests and also talked to the assembled crowd about his experiences working covertly for the British military.

“Andy’s speech was excellent – really engaging and informative – and it was great that he opened the session up for questions at the end,” says Paul Dillon, Westover Group Joint Managing Director. “Our visitors really appreciated the chance to ask him about his experiences.”

One visitor came with a first edition copy of Bravo Two Zero, Andy’s first book – one of only 5,000 copies printed in the initial run. The publisher, who was on hand on the day, confirmed that a similar copy had sold recently in America for a massive $40,000!

“We’ll be announcing the winner of our competition next week, so someone will be getting news of their trip to a Land Rover Experience Centre, where they and three friends will put their off-road driving skills to the test against Andy McNab.”

Help for Heroes also attended the book signing, raising more than £580 to support military personnel wounded in conflict. In addition to the cash donations, the Help for Heroes team also sold £142.00 worth of merchandise on the day.

For the full article go here to the Westover Group website

Andy McNab at Westover Group

Photo MBlazeby Blackmore Vale Mag

2014
08.12

Source: Merchant Taylors’ School weekly

Andy McNab at Merchant Taylor's School 2014

2014
10.10

Gloucestershire Echo By Phil Norris
9 October, 2014

‘Ex-SAS man Andy McNab, who wrote Bravo Two Zero, tells Cheltenham Literature Festival how Islamic State could be defeated in months by troops on the ground’

The United States and British military could destroy Islamic State within months if they put “boots on the ground”, former SAS commander Andy McNab told Cheltenham Literature Festival on Thursday night.

And the soldier-turned-author said Iran could see IS off in days, if they turned their huge army against the militants.

Speaking at The Town Hall, McNab, who wrote Bravo Two Zero about his SAS service in Iraq during the first Gulf War, said: “IS can be defeated, it has 30,000 untrained troops on the ground and they could be defeated without even breaking sweat by the Americans and British.

“It’s the political commitment that isn’t there, both countries have elections coming up and have committed to not having troops on the ground.”

Source: Gloucestershire Echo