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I was there: The Poetry of Place
Dame Harriet Walter and Guy Paul explore the poetry of feelings and visions evoked by special places.
14 July 2013
Dame Harriet Walter and Guy Paul
Readers: Guy Paul and Dame Harriet Walter
This unique programme, designed by literary critic, essayist and Shakespeare scholar, Barbara Everett, presents a brilliant exploration - part talk, part recital - of feelings and visions evoked by special and memorable places.
Featured poets include Blake, Hardy, Tennyson, Wordsworth, Eliot and Larkin.
Venue: Queen Elizabeth Hall, The Shakespeare Centre, Henley Street, 7.30pm
Tickets: £12.00. Bar available
Book online or tickets on the door (subject to availability). Tickets may also be reserved by calling 01789 201844.
Concessions: 10% discounts for Friends of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. £2.00 off full ticket price for under 18s, students and registered unemployed (proof of eligibility required on the door). Half price student tickets are available on the door prior to the performance.