Arts Richmond News
November brings ‘The Richmond Lit fest’ and Arts Richmond has three very different and exciting online offerings.
Wednesday 11th November 7.30pm Online: Our very own President Sir Vince Cable will talk about his new short book due to be published later this year. China: Engage Tickets can be purchased for this online event at : Here
Wednesday 18th November 7.30pm Online: Something for all you jazz fans out there. ‘Writing about Music’ ,this evening join four people who know some of the answers. Chaired by journalist and author Peter Jones, the discussion features author and BBC Radio 3 presenter Alyn Shipton, jazz drummer and biographer Clark Tracey, and documenter of today's exciting London jazz scene Emma Warren.
The writers will be talking about their craft and inviting questions from the audience.
And who knows, maybe there’ll be a bit of live jazz thrown in tickets available:Here
Wednesday 25th November.7.30pm Online: Join Dr Steve Davies talks about his book ‘Streetwise Guide to The Devil and His Works’
The idea of the Devil has proved to be one of the most powerful and fascinating that the human mind has come up with; people everywhere find the idea plausible and powerful. Its changes and the uses to which it has been put tell us much about wider changes in thinking, culture and society.
Join Dr Steve Davies for a highly original philosophical and historical analysis of this key figure in all cultures. Tickets for this event: Here
Arts Richmond has launched two of its popular annual events: The Roger McGough Annual Poetry Prize 2020/21 ‘IDENTITY’. For full details and entry information click here.
We are also about to launch our very popular Young Writers 2020/21 Competition. Last year we received over 600 entries and hope to match that number this time. Full details can be found here.
Our members were delighted to see our Newsletter back in print last month with the first of their copies arriving on their door steps after 6 months. You can still view the current Newsletter here.
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