Have you ever wondered what living in 1970s Belfast was like? Ponder no more, Irish author Tony Macaulay is bringing his personal experiences and new book, The Paperboy to McCarthy’s Tea Room for a dinner, reading and book signing.

At 6:30pm, they will be serving traditional Irish fare, including Shepherd’s Pie or a Chicken Tikka Masala as well as coffee, tea and dessert. After dinner, Macaulay will read from his new book, “an enchanting true story of a Belfast paperboy coming to terms with the troubles.”

Here’s a teaser interview with the author himself:

While you may expect his story to be deeply sad, Macauley says that he had a happy childhood in West Belfast and still loves the place. He does; however, acknowledge that it could be better. You won’t want to miss details of growing up there in the 1970s, so hurry up and reserve your tickets!

They’re only $20, call now! 610-861-7631

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