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From Jane Austen to Spandau Ballet: something for everyone

By: stagedoorscribbler - July 17, 2017

Tim Brooke-Taylor and Chris Serle. Photograph by Hattie Miles

From top TV historian Dr Lucy Worsley exploring the domestic world of Jane Austen to Martin Kemp talking about his life as an actor and former Spandau Ballet pop idol.

There is something for everyone in the forthcoming programme of talks being toured by Clive Conway Productions.

BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour presenter Jenni Murray looks at the women who changed the history of the UK; Rev Richard Coles talks about his journey from pop to pulpit and Royal fashion designer Elizabeth Emmanuel talks about Princess Diana 20 years after her death.

Veteran politician Shirley Williams talks about her life at Westminster and also of her mother, Vera Brittain.

While actors Robert Powell and Liza Goddard look at the turbulent life and times of revolutionary genius, the composer Claude Debussy who died a century ago. Clive Conway and Christine Croshaw accompany ion the flute and piano.

Other speakers include politician Ann Widdecombe, news anchor and one time ITV Royal Correspondent Nicholas Owen and author Sinclair McKay who will be talking about his latest book The Mile End Murder solving the Victorian murder mystery that defeated everyone including Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Sinclair 

Meanwhile comjc, writer, actor and director Tim Brooke-Taylor is back in conversation with broadcaster Chris Serle to share a wealth of great stories and anecdotes from his career on stage, screen and radio including The Goodies and I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue.

Details of these and many other shows can be found in our latest newsletter and on this website<attachment webkitattachmentpath="/Users/jeremymiles/Desktop/July 2017 Newsletter.pdf" style="font-family: Verdana, sans-serif; font-size: 12px;"></attachment>