Our speaker this afternoon will take a light-hearted, spirited and humourous look at this film, which of course has no connection or affinity with current parliamentary personnel.
It is suggested by our lecturer that a viewing of this film would be beneficial in the understanding of her talk. By happy coincidence the I.T.V. 2 channel is showing the film on this Friday, the 9th September, at 9.00 p.m. Happy viewing.
After this lecture, as is usual at this time of year, we will be serving refreshments and home made Christmas cake. Please join your committee for these festive treats.
THE ARTS SOCIETY ACCREDITED LECTURER
Ms Mary Sharp
Mary is an experienced broadcaster and teacher with particular expertise in literature and drama. She worked for many years for BBC Radio 4 producing some of its most popular programmes including Start the Week and Woman’s Hour before joining the senior management team as a Commissioning Editor. Mary has subsequently worked as a teacher and Director of Sixth Form at a leading girls’ grammar school. She now runs her own company 'Opening Up Literature' which offers literature courses for adults including studies of Shakespeare and Creative Writing. Her most popular course is 'Telling Tales' which explores how writers and artists have reinvented classical stories. She is also a professional bridge teacher and lecturer.