Celebrating the freedom to read – gearing up for Banned Books Week

We’re gearing up for Banned Books Week next week when we celebrate the freedom to read, and the freedom for all people to access information, by highlighting books which have been (or are) banned in different parts of the world. Basically, it’s a time to collectively insist on the free expression and exchange of ideas.

We have a designated area for people who wish to be photographed reading a banned book. Don’t miss out on your turn to make yourself comfortable on our royal chair (replete with velvet seat and gold-painted arm rests) to read (or pretend to read) the banned book of your choice.

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