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Wednesday 01 March 2017

Hatchards March Book Recommendations

My Name is Lucy Barton - Elizabeth Strout - Paperback £8.99

Our Fiction Book of the Month, My Name is Lucy Barton is a perfect crystallisation of quiet, subtly brilliant talent from one of America’s finest contemporary writers. Lucy Barton has spent her life running away from her past; from an isolated, penurious upbringing in Illinois where she and her siblings often went hungry. Now Lucy has moved through a faltering marriage to a carefully constructed new life in New York as a writer, replacing rural, open skylines for the Chrysler Building looming large on a tightly enclosed horizon. When Lucy finds herself recovering in hospital, she is visited unexpectedly by the mother she hasn’t seen for many years. As the two of them talk, a seam of memory is opened wide, forcing Lucy to confront the past she has struggled so hard to keep at bay. As old tensions rise to the surface Lucy tries to accept what her life really amounts to; the many roles she has played, the people she has loved, abandoned and betrayed.

The Path - Michael Putt and Christine Gross-Loh - Paperback £8.99

Our Non-Fiction Book of the Month, The Path draws on the work of the great but largely unknown Chinese philosophers to offer a profound guide to living well. By explaining what these teachings reveal about subjects from decision-making to relationships, it challenges some of our deepest held assumptions, forcing us to "unlearn" many ideas that inform modern society. The way we think we're living our lives isn't the way we live them. The authors show that we live well not by "finding" ourselves and slavishly following a grand plan, as so much of Western thought would have us believe, but rather through a path of self-cultivation and engagement with the world. Believing in a "true self" only restricts what we can become - and tiny changes, from how we think about careers to how we talk with our family, can start to have powerful effects that will open up constellations of new possibilities.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them - J.K. Rowling - Hardback £12.99

A brand new edition of this essential companion to the Harry Potter stories, with a new foreword from J.K. Rowling, an irresistible new jacket by Jonny Duddle, illustrations by Tomislav Tomic and six new beasts! An approved textbook at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry since publication, Newt Scamander's masterpiece has entertained wizarding families through the generations. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is an indispensable introduction to the magical beasts of the Wizarding World. In this comprehensively updated edition, eagle-eyed readers will spot a number of new beasts and an intriguing new author's note.

Ask in store for details

Monday 27 February 2017

St Pancras International welcomes the Poetry Periscope

St Pancras International welcomes the Poetry Periscope as it reaches the last stop of its year long, national tour!

The Poetry Periscope will reside in St Pancras until 30th April 2017, allowing commuters and visitors the chance to enjoy a host of poetry from Els Moors, Jackie Kay and Jan Wagner (among many more) as they pass through the station.

The Poetry Periscope aims to remind us who we are and what we would like to be, regardless of where we come from, through the power of poetry. To illustrate this Piána na ulici (Pianos on the Street), The Poetry Society, and the European Literature Festival have carefully selected recordings of poems from 30 European cultures, to highlight the importance of acknowledging our own feelings.

The now, St Pancras blue, instalment was first seen in the British Library last spring and has since travelled the length of the country - returning for the final leg of its journey to St Pancras.

The Poetry Periscope features both classic and upcoming poets from across Europe with the option of listening in their native language, they will be inspiring travellers from Monday 27th February until 30th April 2017.

A joint project by Piána na ulici (Pianos on the Street), the Czech Centre London and The Poetry Society, The Poetry Periscope is part of the European Literature Festival, organised by EUNIC and initiated by the Czech Centre London.

Monday 20 February 2017

Dune - #ALoveAffairWith

This season, Dune London takes you by the hand and leads you through the streets of the capital for the most romantic comedy of the year. Follow Game of Thrones star Nathalie Emmanuel as “the Girl” and model/chef Isaac Carew as “the Boy” as they embark upon a tale of fate, romance and, of course, shoes #aloveaffairwith

Ask in store for more details, or visit their website.

Monday 20 February 2017

The new Accessorize store has arrived

Calling all fashion-lovers – the brand new Accessorize store has arrived in St Pancras International!

Directional and style-savvy, this British-born brand put their own spin on the latest catwalk trends to create the hottest must-have pieces – and they’re looking better than ever for SS17. Featuring hero handbags, modern new jewels and loads more, their new season edit has been hand-picked by their London style team, and has everything you need to refresh your wardrobe in an instant.

Friday 17 February 2017

Now Open: Neal's Yard Remedies

Now open at St Pancras International is Neal's Yard Remedies, the modern apothecary that uses natural and ethically sourced herbs, botanicals and essential oils to craft a potent blend of love, science and nature at their eco-factory in Dorset.

To celebrate their opening Neal's Yard Remedies are offering you with the chance to get your hands on some free hand cream and aromatic foaming bath. Everybody who spends over £40 will receive a free* Wild Rose Hand Cream. Plus, the first 100* people to mention #NYRStPancras on Twitter or Instagram will receive a free Aromatic Foaming Bath when they visit the store.

*Terms & Conditions apply. See in store for all details.

"We do good so that you can look good and feel good, naturally."


Tuesday 14 February 2017

#StPancrasLove Winners!

Happy Valentine's Day!

Thank you to all those that entered into our #StPancrasLove photo competition. We can reveal the winner to be @crashcalloway (Instagram name) who took this adorable photo of himself and his wife ("the love of my life, wife and all round wonderful person") after an enjoyable lunch at the station!

We hope they enjoy their champagne at Searcy's Champagne Bar!

<3 <3

Monday 06 February 2017

Valentine's Day Gift Guide

Looking for inspiration to find that perfect gift for your loved one this Valentine's Day? St Pancras International is here to help with it's Valentine's Day gift guide showcasing a number of wonderful gifts and treats for that special someone in your life.

View the gift guide here.

Wednesday 01 February 2017


Love is in the air at St Pancras International and we are offering you with the chance to win 2 glasses of champagne at Searcy's to celebrate the season of love!

Simply take a photo of yourself and a loved one (partner, parent, sibling, friend, dog etc) and share it on social media (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook) to enter!

You must use the hashtag #stpancraslove and include a little information on who is in the photo and why you love them!

All Terms & Conditions can be found here.