Serious Money : Walking Plutocratic London – Reading by Caroline Knowles.

Sociologist Caroline Knowles presents her new book ‘Serious Money: Walking Plutocratic London’ at HOLD Creative Spaces on Albert Street on Sunday 27 August at noon. The wickedly entertaining book uncovers the secret lives of London’s wealthiest residents and how their money shapes the city for the rest of us.  ‘A latter-day Canterbury Tales’ – The Times.

Presented by Marianne Dissard as part of her Sonic Trail exhibition ‘Lights Out Knightsbridge’.

Caroline Knowles, previously of Goldsmiths University, is director of the British Academy’s Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) Urban Infrastructures of Well-Being Programme and a Global Professorial Fellow at Queen Mary, University of London. An urban Sociologist with research experience in a number of cities, she is the author of many books and papers, most recently, Flip-Flop: A Journey through Globalisation’s Backroads, published by Pluto Press (2014 & 2015) and Serious Money: Walking Plutocratic London, published by Penguin (2022).

Buy signed copies at Book Bodega or the event.

Accessibilty – Please note that there that the venue has some internal steps at the entrance and to access the toilet.

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