World Book Day: Our Favourite Books


Battersea Arts Centre is a marvellous space and was one of our local theatres before we moved to Crete. As it’s World Book Day today, here are their favourite books, their ‘reading list’. In other news, next month’s bandwidth will begin on Sunday (8th March). Roll on Sunday!

Battersea Arts Centre: Blog

As it’s World Book Day we took a quick tour of the office to find out our favourite books. Think of it as a Battersea Arts Centre reading list:

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Natalie, Producing Placement: Oryx And Crake
Tref, Capital Administrator: Alice in Wonderland
Maddie, Assistant to the Artistic Director’s Office: The Regeneration Trilogy
Scott, Capital Project Manager: River God
Rosie, Executive Assistant: Buddha of Suburbia
Kane, Senior Development Manager: Infinite Jest
Natalie, Administration & HR Officer: Wuthering Heights
Jo, Admin Placement: The Secret Garden
Joanne, Tech Team: The Secret History
Dan, Tech Team: Short Guide To Nearly Everything
Frances, Deputy Production Manager: Les Mis
Katie, Take Out Assistant: The Remains Of The Day
Bethany, Producer: The Book Thief
Tanith, Catering Manger: East of Eden
Roisin, Agency Project Manager: The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
Alex, Marketing Assistant: The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry
Evan, Comms Placement: This Is How You Lose Her
Russell, Commercial Operations Officer: Purity and Danger
Phillip, Box…

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2 thoughts on “World Book Day: Our Favourite Books

  1. Always good to see what others like. I found two oversights in The Book Thief that the editor missed. Here’s one: the boy (sorry I forget his name) says to Leisel, “You’re in for it.” As soon as I read that, I knew no German child would say that. I turned to the back to check where the author was from because that’s what children said in Australia. Still a good read though.

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