Steve Jobs' biographer, Walter Isaacson, will appear at the Royal Institution on 4 April to deliver a 90 minute talk about his book.
It'll be Isaacson's only appearance in the UK and the former head of CNN and Managing Editor of Time will offer an insight into the life of Jobs and the process of writing the only authorised biographer of the Apple co-founder.
Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson was released on 24 October last week, just days after Jobs' death and revealed much about the man - his hatred of Android, his attitude to cancer and the alternative treatments he sought, as well as his obsession with a smart TV set.
The Royal Institution is located on Albermarle Street, close to Green Park and Bond Street Underground stations. The full address is: 21 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4BS.
Tickets are available for £20 per person.