A Night In with Ellie Taylor
To mark the publication of My Child and Other Mistakes: How to Ruin Your Life in the Best Way Possible
The live event will take place from London's Crazy Coqs at Brasserie Zedel on 30th July, 21:00 UK time. Every ticket includes a SIGNED copy of My Child and Other Mistakes: How to Ruin Your Life in the Best Way Possible
The event will also be live streamed. The ‘stream and book’ package includes a unique ticket for the stream, and a SIGNED copy of My Child and Other Mistakes: How to Ruin Your Life in the Best Way Possible, worth £16.99, deliverable to any UK or international address. The 'Stream' package consists of a ticket to the live stream only. The streamed event will be broadcast on 30 July at 21:00 UK time. It will be available to view up to a week after the event has ended and can be accessed Worldwide. If you live in a time zone that does not suit the initial broadcast time you can watch it at any point after the initial showing for one week.
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Join stand-up comic, broadcaster, actress and now author, Ellie Taylor, to celebrate her first book My Child and Other Mistakes - a relatable and very funny account of pregnancy, birth and life as a parent
In conversation for this exclusive virtual event, Ellie will share funny and moving details of the why’s and how’s of having a baby, reflecting on the apocalyptic new-born days, juggling childcare, the difficulty of returning to work and the inevitable impact on life, love and most importantly, her breasts. Talking candidly about her own personal experience exploring the decision to have a baby when she doesn’t even like them, the importance of biscuits during pregnancy, and why she took hair straighteners to the labour ward, Ellie promises a wickedly honest and hilarious look at being at the frontline of early parenthood.
Don’t miss the opportunity to spend an evening with Ellie, as she asks the questions no one wants to admit to asking themselves about the ‘most transformational, brilliant, horrendously awful thing [she has] ever done’.