Tying in with our series of events on Modernism, we discuss one of Virginia Woolf's most popular novels, 'Mrs Dalloway', which follows a day in the life of Clarissa Dalloway as she travels around London preparing to throw a party in the evening. Mrs Dalloway's thoughts are rendered through interior monologue and stream of consciousness, as her memories of the past are interwoven with the present.
This event is chaired by Anita Sethi.
Please read the book in advance of the event and bring a copy with you on the evening.
Please note, this free event requires a ticket. Please book your free ticket online, by phone or in person (no fees apply)