Vic Reeves was at the Bluecoat last Friday night talking to Tim Clare about his new book Vic Reeves Vast Book of World Knowledge.
He was very funny of course, discussing such things as his tweed suit (and underpants!), the museum he had in his house which included the shovel that was used to load coal into the boiler of the Titanic. But mostly showing some of the images from the book and explaining their meaning.
He is very keen to stress his artwork, he is an artist of course and he obviously enjoys spending a lot of time drawing and painting.
So we bought a signed copy of the book – it really is vast!
Buy your copy Vic Reeves’ Vast Book of World Knowledge
This was part of the excellent Chapter & Verse Literature Festival 2009 at the Bluecoat.