Pep Prieto presents a new novel with the title of Carnada (Bridge Editorial), and he does it in the best company, in our house. Once again, Negresco Restaurant welcomes the arrival of a new book and does so with its author, Pep Prieto, with the journalist Jordi Basté and with the socialist politician Miquel Iceta.
The Negresco Princess Hotel insist on becoming a place of reference within the cultural world of the city and does so together with its ally in culture, the TresC club. This time with the presentation of the new novel by Pep Prieto together with the journalist Jordi Basté and the socialist politician Miquel Iceta, who will accompany the author discovering this funny novel full of unexpected events.
The story tells the adventures of Pep and Andreu, two journalists and good friends who receive the order to recover a USB that contains a very compromising information for the Government. It turns out to be much more than this: what they see shows that Catalonia is heading to the Apocalypse. They have never felt part of this world, but now they will want to save it. The writer and critic of Catalan cinema, brings us a story of friendship, sex, action … and zombies. God saves us!
Would you like to come to this presentation? Enter our Facebook, label who you would like to attend with and you will participate in a draw for a double entry for you and your companion. Come on!
In addition, the event will have the special collaboration of Agustí Torelló Mata winery that will allow us to taste two very fresh cavas, aged for 3 and 4 years: AGUSTI TORELLO MATA BRUT RESERVA and the ROSADO“TREPAT” RESERVA. A luxurious pairing with the best company!
An opportunity to enjoy great authors and personalities of our city in the best place, our Hotel Negresco Princess. This type of activities already begin to be usual within the cultural programming of the city. Recently, we were lucky to be the chosen by Francesc Torralba to present his first novel “Desfici” and in the next days we will have the chance to enjoy the literary dinner with Antoni Bassas and his “Bon dia, són les vuit”! Josep Pla Prize 2018.