Film, performance, music and book readings are to mix in this ‘21st century happening’ inspired by JB Priestley’s survey of a troubled 1930s England. The Lea Valley area, the Olympics and the Barbican itself will form the thematic core of the event.

To win two  free tickets to the Barbican on 22 October to an evening entitled English Journey: Re-Imagined, with Iain Sinclair, Alan Moore, Shirley Collins, simply answer this question correctly: What is the title of Iain Sinclair’s latest book?

a)      Buried At Sea
b)      Ghost Milk
c)       Moby Dick

Email your answer by 15 October to
editor@hackneycitizen.co.uk

or send by post to:

The Editor
Hackney Citizen
9 Perseverance Works
38 Kingsland Road E2 8DD

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