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Stuart Heritage

Stuart Heritage: Bald: How I Slowly Learned to Not Hate Having No Hair (And You Can Too)

Saturday 01 June | 5:30 - 6:30pm

£8 plus £1 transaction fee for non-QUAD members Venue: QUAD, DE1 3AS

This event has been cancelled.

Saturday 1 June, 5:30 - 6:30pm, QUAD

Writer and Guardian columnist Stuart Heritage offers a warm and funny guide to life in the club that nobody wants to join.

Nobody chooses to be bald. Nobody wants to look into the mirror and be confronted with an absence. Nobody gains any comfort from having a slightly better idea of what their skull looks like.

Stuart has been bald for two years. But before he accepted the inevitable, he spent years ineptly trying to conceal this fact with an array of expensive treatments and terrible haircuts. Can a man go bald with dignity? Maybe.

But can a man go bald with more dignity than Stuart Heritage? Oh good god yes, and this book is his attempt to make that happen for you. Part-manual-part-tantrum, Bald is a self-deprecating, funny and genuinely helpful guide to being bald - and how to feel much less crap about it.

Stuart will be in conversation with Simon Hare, BBC news/current affairs senior journalist.

Please note: Each QUAD ticket is subject to a £1 transaction fee at checkout with the exception of bookings made by QUAD members. This £1 goes directly towards the running of QUAD.

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