Rizzoli Bookshop

Open Daily, 10.00-18.00

Located in the East Wing with a varied and interesting product range, the Rizzoli Bookshop complements its wide range of books from Rizzoli with stylish stationery and greetings cards from up and coming British designers.

The bookshop sells books and merchandise relating to Somerset House’s exhibition programme.

The Rizzoli Bookshop is a unique venue for book launches and signings.

For enquiries to the Rizzoli Bookshop, please call 020 7420 9410

 

The Rizzoli & Pennethorne’s Café Bar Book Club

Somerset House is proud to announce a new collaboration between the Rizzoli Bookshop and Pennethorne’s Café Bar in the form of a Monthly Book Club. The Book Club will take place on the last Thursday of every month at Pennethorne’s Café Bar, and details of the book we will be up for discussion each month will be available at the Rizzoli Bookshop.

The Return of the Rudeboy
Thursday, 27 August 2015, 19.00-21.00
Pennethorne’s Café, New Wing

The first edition of the Book Club saw the return of The Return of the Rudeboy’s very own Dean Chalkley and Harris Elliott, who talked about their new book, published following their hugely successful exhibition of the same name at Somerset House last year. The Return of the Rudeboy book is on sale at Rizzoli. 

Other Events at the Rizzoli Bookshop
Flower Appreciation Society Bouquet Workshop
Saturday 22 August 2015, 15.00-17.00
Rizzoli Bookshop, East Wing
Free Workshop (Please register your interest at Rizzoli Bookshop)

Somerset House has teamed up with the Flower Appreciation Society for an afternoon of flower arranging. Budding florists will learn how to select the best seasonal blooms and create hand-tied bouquets before wrapping and packaging their finished floral masterpiece. Copies of The Flower Appreciation Society’s new book are currently on sale in the bookshop.  

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