Special events at Heathrow
Meet Caitlin Moran, author of 'How to be a Woman'
Tuesday 7 July 7.00am - 7.30am, WHSmith Books, Departure Lounge, Terminal 3
A number one Sunday Times bestseller in hardback and now number one in paperback, from Caitlin Moran, the award-winning and Sunday Times bestselling author of How to Be a Woman.
My name's Johanna Morrigan. I'm Fourteen, and I've just decided to kill myself.
I don't really want to die, of course! I just need to kill Johanna, and build a new girl. Dolly Wilde will be everything I want to be, and more! But as with all the best coming-of-age stories, it doesn't exactly go to plan...
'spirited coming of age novel romps from strength to strength...I'm a Moran fan' - Lionel Shriver, The Times.
Caffè Nero - home of live music:
Caffè Nero in Terminal 2 Arrivals will be home to exciting live music on various dates throughout July. Come along and enjoy some good food and be entertained at the same time. Unless otherwise stated, all performances start at 10.30am.
Joel Havea - 4 July - 12noon
Joel Havea is a man of many talents. A skilled songwriter, natural singer, great guitarist and an overall engaging performer whose songs demonstrate his wide ranging musical and cultural influences.
With his unique background, Joel is certainly well prepared to handle the impressive new heights being reached by his music. Coming from the vibrant, eclectic music scene in Australia's cultural capital of Melbourne, Joel cut his teeth playing live from a young age, as part of “the Havea Brothers” duo with his younger brother Dave. In the process, he developed his own brand of reggae infused acoustic song-writing with pop sensibilities, no doubt also influenced by his mixed Tongan and Dutch heritage.
Hannah Scott - 18 July - 12:30
Much of the inspiration behind Hannah Scott’s music can be found in her affinity with Italy. A year living and working in Tuscany in her late teens provided the backdrop to her early work. Praise for Hannah’s distinctive voice, strong melodies and thought-provoking lyrics has arrived from influential publications such as MOJO and The Guardian.Her arresting live performances have earned her invitations to open for artists including Norah Jones, Ed Sheeran and 10cc.
Aimee Mackenzie - 19 July - 10:30am
Hailing from Liphook, Hampshire, Aimme Mackenzie is a young professional singer/songwriter who has been performing regularly on the local music scene in London and the Home Counties since 2009.Now ably supported in her newly formed trio by two of her younger siblings, Freya on violin and backing vocals and Ross on Cajon.
Colourshop Music - 26 July - 12noon
Hailing from a small town just outside Rome, Diego and Alfredo Salvati now ply their trade as Colourshop, a 2-piece band with influences ranging from Pink Floyd and the Beatles to Italian pop and world music.
Their uniqueness is driven by their Latin roots with compelling melodies and a synergy between the two brothers that delivers amazing harmonies and a tightness live, that sets them apart from the competition.