Photograph – Jillian Edelestein
Playwright Michael Frayn is one of our greatest living writers, best known for a string of West End hits such as Copenhagen, Democracy and the hilarious farce Noises Off.
His prolific literary output includes novels, philosophical works, screenplays, newspaper columns and translations. Michael will also be in conversation with Torin Douglas, the former BBC Media Correspondent and Director of the Chiswick Book Festival.
This is one of three interviews in the Spring Lecture series for the west London charity The Upper Room, which supports homeless people by providing hot meals, counselling, driving lessons and other practical help to support them in getting back on their feet.
Ticket price £10
Book tickets: theupperroom.org.uk
Signed-up audience members will be invited to submit questions in advance of each lecture. Selected questions will be put to the speakers towards the end of the event.
More information: call The Upper Room on 020 8740 5688 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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