London Review Bookshop

    The London Review Bookshop is a literary London landmark.  Since it’s opening in May of 2003 in London’s Bloomsbury neighborhood, it has continued to cater to the cult following surrounding the London Review of Books publication. The London Review of Books was founded under the name New York Review of Books in 1979 during a yearlong lock-out at the Times. Gaining status as a fully independent literary paper in 1980, the London Review of Books continues to provide a vehicle through with the tradition of the literary and intellectual English essay can continue to prosper and thrive. To think of the bookshop as a makeshift clubhouse for literary enthusiasts wouldn’t be far off – not only does the space house a wide variety of titles catering to the mind, but it also serves a collection of things catering to the palate through its cake shop.Show lessRead more

    14 Bury Place , London


    Books & Music


    Public Transport
    Holborn (Central, Piccadilly)

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