Pictures of the week

Pictures of the week

Vintage celebrated its 25th birthday on Wednesday 2nd December with a party at the 20th Century Theatre in London attended by staff and authors.


Geoffrey Robertson, Howard Jacobson and Ed Victor at the Vintage party.


Deborah Moggach and Julian Barnes at the Vintage party.


Nigella Lawson on stage at the Vintage party with Vintage publishing director Rachel Cugnoni.


Rachel Cugnoni shows off the original Vintage catalogue at the division's 25th birthday party.


Waterstones Piccadilly held its Christmas party on Thursday 3rd December. Pictured is Marius And The Band Of Blood (Orchard Books, illus. by Chris Riddell) author Christopher William Hill.


Chocolate artist Christopher Naylor (left) at Waterstones Piccadilly Chirstmas party with his recreation in chocolate of Chris Riddell’s (centre) illustrations from Christopher William Hill’s (right) children’s series, Schwartzgarten.


A young fan eats one of Christopher Naylor's chocolate creations while sitting next to Christopher William Hill at the Waterstones Piccadilly Christmas party.


(From left) Authors Tom Ellen, Non Pratt, Holly Bourne and Lucy Ivison at the pre-publication party of Ellen and Ivison's Never Evers (Chicken House) at Waterstones Piccadilly on Thursday 3rd December.


Ben Fogle visited the Chorleywood Bookshop to sign copies of his book Labrador (William Collins) on Saturday 28th November. He is pictured with Chorleywood Bookshop owner Sheryl Shurville.


Indie author-publisher collective Triskele Books held a launch for four books on Saturday 28th November. Pictured are the authors behind the collective (from left) - JJ Marsh, JD Smith, Gillian Hamer, Catriona Troth, Liza Perrat.


Actor Pierce Brosnan popped into Dulwich Books in London on Saturday 28th November as part of Civilised Saturday celebrations. He is pictured with Sheila O'Reilly from the shop.


On Friday 27th February Octopus held an event at Liberty in London with Vogue Colouring Book (Conran Octopus) author Iain R Webb, where a 6ft wall with images from the book wallpapered on it was displayed for customers to colour in.