Described by The Observer as ‘a global phenomenon, one of the most brilliant and influential writers of his generation’, Malcom Gladwell’s fusion of story-telling and intuitive thinking has led to the creation of books which have entertained and engaged millions of people worldwide.
Malcolm Gladwell is the author of international bestsellers Blink and The Tipping Point. Outliers is his new book, and this time he deals with the subject of successful people. He argues that real secrets of success can be found in people’s life stories, exploring the culture they have grown up in, twists of fate, and how they have spent their time. All this ensures Outliers makes for a very liberating and inspirational read, and it is the content of this book which forms the basis for Malcolm’s show at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, which he describes in his own words:
Just so we’re clear, there will be no tap-dancing, mime, or impersonations of pop stars during my shows. It will just be me, giving you what I hope to be some of the most interesting bits from Outliers. I’d be delighted if you could come.
Malcolm Gladwell will be performing at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on Wednesday 24th June 2009, 7.30pm. Tickets are £16 and £21, for more information please click here or contact the Liverpool Philharmonic Box Office on 0151 709 3789.