Brick Lane Bookshop is an independent bookshop on Brick Lane, London. Brick Lane Bookshop first appeared over thirty years ago in Whitechapel under the guise of Tower Hamlets Art Projects, then until very recently as Eastside Books in our present location on Brick lane, now as Brick Lane Bookshop we still provide the east end with books, browsing, personal service and a fast ordering ability.
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166 Brick Lane, Bethnal Green, London, E1 6RU
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+44 (0)20 7247 0216
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Brick Lane Bookshop
166 Brick Lane
Bethnal GreenLondonE1 6RU
- +44 (0)20 7247 0216
- Public transport:
- Shoreditch, Underground
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A superb little establishment in the middle of Brick Lane - one in which I am guaranteed to find a tome or two to tickle my reading fancy. The staff are knowledgable and friendly, and their stock does not seem to be dictated by a breakfast show book club or bestseller fashion; rather it reflects the broad tastes of its patrons.
Amongst the piles a-top table and floor, I spied books on the...more
Are you the kind of person who has way too many books lined up on your list but can't resist buying titles that tickle your fancy and seem so inviting every time you come around to a lovely little book shop? Well, I am. And Eastside Books is just my cup of coffee.
Today's purchase: Soren Kierkegaard's 'Diary of a Seducer'
Oh hush, you know me...more
This bookshop is fantastic! It has the independent spirit that has made this street and area so famous, and what's best, is that it will continue to have it because people love it.
They carry all types of books, fiction, non-fiction, the works. But what makes it very special is that they have an section dedicated to local history and children's books that reflect today's society. It is a...more
I love browsing the bookstore.
It has a pretty geeky/elitist selection of quality literature. You can find classics (mostly things in public domain) for £2.50, new biographies, histories of London, quirky non-fiction publications, well selected fiction and non-fiction, travel books, some cookery books, gifts and non-tacky/actually useful London paraphernalia.
You can tell whoever owns this...more
The bookshop hosts regular talks and readings by authors (most recent Iain Sinclair). And also runs a number of creative writing, criticism and script writing evening classes. These are advertised in store.more