Welcome to Malvern Book Cooperative

*** Unfortunately Helen Maskew’s On the House event on Thursday 30th Nov. has had to be postponed. We’re now hoping to host Helen in the spring for the launch of the second part of her trilogy of novels. ***

Our new events programme is out.

Saturday October 7th 7.30pm Poetry for Pikpa. Guest poets, and floor readings. All proceeds to Pikpa Refugee Camp, Lesvos. £5. Refreshments available

Wednesday 11th October 7.30pm Illustrated talk on Ovid. £5 including refreshments.

Friday 10th November, 7.30pm Talk by Tom Bullough author of Konstantin and Addlands.

Thursday 16th November, 7.30 Phillip Butler, author of Streamline Worcestershire: discovering the Art Deco & Inter War Modernist Architecture of the county. Talk and presentation. £5, inc. refreshments.

Wednesday 22nd November 7.30pm Talk by Angelena Boden, expert in conflict resolution and behavioural management and author of The Cruelty of Lambs. £5 including refreshments.

Sunday 26th November, 7.30pm Winter Tales with Regional Voice Theatre, three spine tingling tales of ghosts and the supernatural! £8, inc refreshments.

Thursday 30th November 7.30pm, book launch for local author H. P Maskew’s debut novel On the House. £5 inc. refreshments.

Friday 1st December, 7.30pm Talk by Matthew Engel, writer, journalist and author of That’s the Way It Crumbles: The American Conquest of the English Language. £8. ***CHANGE OF VENUE*** due to demand for tickets this event will now take place at Malvern Cube


Would you like to be a member of the Malvern Book Cooperative?

One of the strengths of our business is the fact that it is wholly owned by our members. Every member has an equal say in the strategic decisions we make. They get to elect the management board and to stand for election if they wish.

The members we have at the moment are all people who bought shares when we set the shop up 5 years ago. They are great. They support us and act as the best marketing campaigners we could hope for. At this year’s AGM they decided that we ought to allow new members to join the Cooperative. Not to raise money – we don’t need additional finance at the moment – but to join our community and bring new ideas and energy.

Interested? Have a look at the details about membership here.