Due to the current Coronavirus outbreak many events are being postponed or cancelled at short notice. Please check with the organisers.
E. M. Forster: For Love of Italy. Study Day, at Stapleford Granary With Alison Hennegan and Jeremy Thurlow. Italy is the setting for some of Forster's best-loved works: Where Angels Fear to Tread (1905), A Room with a View (1908), The Story of a Panic (1904). What does Italy mean to Forster? What do his characters find in Italy, and in themselves, when they go there? Alison Hennegan will explore how Italy helped Forster to understand repression, and to find…Find out more »
Living Notes is a new concert series at Stapleford Granary in which audience, composers and performers meet for an evening of thought-provoking and imaginative dialogue in words and music. Meet the Composer - join Radio 3’s Donald Macleod for an evening of music and conversation with four of today’s leading composers: Helen Grime, Richard Causton, Huw Watkins and John Woolrich. Helen Grime is ‘one of the most striking compositional voices to emerge in British classical music in the 21st century’.…Find out more »
Study Day on The Waves, Saturday 21 September 2019, 11.00 am to 5.00 pm. Literature Cambridge presents an intensive day of lectures and a seminar on Virginia Woolf's lyrical novel of 1931, with leading scholars Alison Hennegan, Claire Nicholson and Trudi Tate. £90.00/£80.00 students. * An Introduction to Reading Poetry, Saturday 19 October 2019, 2.00 pm to 5.30 pm. Do you love poetry but sometimes find it difficult to understand? Do you want to get more out of reading poetry?…Find out more »
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