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The Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain will celebrate Virginia Woolf’s birthday on Saturday, Jan. 25, with its 21st annual Virginia Woolf Birthday Lecture featuring Claire Davison “Singing Songs of Sixpence? Virginia Woolf, Ethel Smyth and the languages of music.”

Tavistock Hotel

Davison is Professeur de Literature Moderniste, University Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris.

Lecture: 2 p.m; doors open at 1:30 p.m.
Location: MAL 532, Main Building, 5th floor, Birkbeck College, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HX
Wine Reception: 3:15 p.m.
Location: Dining room, Tavistock Hotel, WC1H 9EU
Cost: £20 Virginia Woolf Society members/ students & concessions, £25 non-members. The price includes a wine reception at the Tavistock Hotel following the lecture and a printed copy of the lecture to be posted.

Tickets: For tickets, please apply to Lynne Newland, send cheques to 84 Waterman Way, London, E1W 2QW, giving email address for receipt of payment; or pay by BACS to Virginia Woolf Society GB, sort code 09-06-66; acct no 40411044. Bank Santander. Reference: initial/surname/BL e.g. LNEWLAND BL. If paying by BACS please notify Lynne at lynne@newlandmail.com.

Accommodations: The Tavistock Hotel is offering a 20% discount for Virginia Woolf society members. Please quote society event and membership number. The group’s contact is Tony Smith, Operations Manager.

 

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Alice in Space.  Saturday, 25 Feb., 2-5 p.m. Literature Cambridge Study Day. Discover the vibrant intellectual world of Lewis Carroll. Gillian Beer and Zoe Jaques. £45.00 Virginia Woolf

Virginia Woolf Talks. Friday, 3 March. 1 p.m. Nanette O’Brien, Prunes and Custard in the Archives: Virginia Woolf and  Cambridge food in A Room of One’s Own. Library Seminar Room, Lucy
Cavendish College, Cambridge. Free and open to all.

VWSGB Jacob’s Room Study Day. Saturday, 11 March, London. £48/£50.

Tragedy: Past and Present. Literature Cambridge Study Day on monuments of tragic drama: Greek, Shakespearean, modern. Saturday, 18 March. 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Jennifer Wallace, Adrian Poole, Alison Hennegan. £90.00. Price includes lunch.

Reading Pride and Prejudice. Literature Cambridge Study Day. Sat 29 April, 2-6 p.m.  with Fred Parker and Anne Toner. £60.

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