Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson announces Waterstones book signing
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Bruce Dickinson in UK Book signing tour
Iron Maiden fans can meet Bruce Dickinson in person at a series of book signing sessions next month.
The heavy metal legend will be signing copies of his autobiography ‘What Does This Button Do?’ at Waterstones stores in Liverpool, Glasgow, London, Newcastle, Leeds and Nottingham together with Robinsons Brewery in Stockport; home of Iron Maiden’s Trooper beer.
The full list of dates and times are as follows:
Waterstones Liverpool – Wed 18th @ 6pm
Waterstones Glasgow (Sauchiehall Street) – Fri 20th @ 12.30pm
Robinsons Brewery Stockport (with Waterstones Stockport) – Sat 21st @ 12pm
Waterstones London Piccadilly – Thu 26th @ 6pm
Waterstones Newcastle – Fri 27th @ 5.30pm
Waterstones Leeds – Sat 28th @ 11am
Waterstones Nottingham – Sat 28th @ 4pm
Fans are advised to get to the book signings early as admission will be on a first come, first served basis.
According to Waterstones’ website, due to time constraints Bruce will be signing copies of the book only (limited to two per person) and there will not be an opportunity to have any additional Iron Maiden merchandise signed on the day.
The gentlemen that he is, Bruce will be doing name only dedications in the books and Waterstones staff will be on hand to take a photo as Bruce signs your book.
For more details and terms head to Waterstones’ official website.
The book signings coincide with the three previously announced A Conversation with Bruce Dickinson events where he will read from his autobiography, talk about the experience of writing it and answer questions from the audience.
Tickets cost £30 and include a pre-signed hardback copy of ‘What Does This Button Do?’ and a Trooper beer (or a soft drink).
- Barry Roscoe