30 November 2012
Posted in Events
Liverpool event asks: How influential is the work of Charles Dickens on contemporary writers?
As we celebrate the bicentenary of his birth, a panel of leading established and emerging writers will discuss the relevance of Charles Dickens to their own work and why his work remains relevant to readers and writers.
The event, organised by the Guild, is chaired by the Reader Organisation’s Amanda Brown. Panellists include: screenwriter and novelist Frank Cottrell-Boyce; playwright David Edgar; screenwriter Gwyneth Hughes; film and radio scriptwriter Ayeesha Menon, and novelist and playwright Deborah Morgan.
7-9pm, 4 December
St George’s Hall, Small Concert Room, St George’s Place, Liverpool L1
Tickets: £10 (£5 concessions)
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