Heartstopper author Alice Oseman has announced two live events: dates, how to get tickets, prices

Heartstopper author Alice Oseman is hosting two 'In Conversation' events with Waterstones.

Heartstopper author Alice Oseman is hosting two live events and fans are very excited about getting tickets.

The author of the hugely popular series will host two ‘In Conversation’ evenings to celebrate the launch of Heartstopper Yearbook.

The events will take place on 12 October at London’s Alexandra Palace Theatre and on 2 November at Manchester’s Stoller Hall.

Fans can get their hands on tickets from 6pm on 23 September via Waterstones for the London date and Manchester date.

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Alice announced the news on Twitter, telling their followers: “I’m doing two book events with Waterstones to celebrate the Heartstopper Yearbook!”.

The book is due for release on 13 October and fans can pre-order a copy from the likes of Amazon and Waterstones.

The Heartstopper Yearbook features exclusive content from the universe, including never-before-seen illustrations.

There will be a mini-comic, a look back at Alice’s Heartstopper artwork over the years, character profile, trivia and insights into her creative process – all narrated by a cartoon version of Alice.

Speaking about the event Waterstones say: “Alice will take readers on a joyful journey through the Heartstopper universe, from beloved webcomic to worldwide bestseller, and give a sneak peek into the creation of The Heartstopper Yearbook. ”

Fans were very excited about the news of the live events, with one replying: “alice bestie i will cry”.

Another said they were “so looking forward to this release” and one fan said they’re “so happy about this, I’m actually in London that week and can hopefully go”.

Somebody else’s heartwarming response said: “Omg I’m very proud of you, you deserve everything in this life!!!!”.

Others posted screenshots of flights from their countries to the UK so they could attend the events, including North America, Sweden, Switzerland and Brazil to name a few.

Tickets for the event are expected to be in high demand when they go on sale on 23 September. They’re priced at £15 for entry tickets and £25 for a bundle ticket which includes a signed copy of the book.

To get tickets for In Conversation with Alice Oseman in London head to Waterstones here and for Manchester head to Waterstones here.

Heartstopper’s Kit Connor quits Twitter amid queerbaiting row

Kit Connor, who plays Nick Nelson in the hit Netflix series recently deleted Twitter after a video of him allegedly holding hands with a female friend led to him being accused of queerbaiting by supposed fans.

Connor was reportedly videoed holding hands with Cuban Girl’s Guide co-star Maia Reficco while in Paris.

After the video was posted online and ‘fans’ began accusing him of queerbaiting, he tweeted that he would be deleting Twitter as it was a “silly, silly app”.

A number of fans have supported Kit’s decision to leave the app, with one writing: “It’s so sad that some our community have decided that anything short of screaming your sexuality from the rooftops is tantamount to queer baiting.

“If I was Kit Connor I wouldn’t come out either. He’s not exactly been welcomed with open arms,” they continued.

Another sarcastically congratulated fans for “running another actor off the internet”.

Connor has previously spoken about why he refuses to label his sexuality, and put a halt to anyone publicly debating his sexuality with a tweet in May 2022, saying that people on social media “know my sexuality better than I do”.