NOT JUST DARWINS- An illustrated talk with William Pryor, grandson of Gwen Raverat with piano rendition of RVW's Job played by Geraint Lewis
Leith Hill House, Leith Hill Lane, Dorking, RH5 6LY At 5.30pm on Saturday 13th October 2018
We will be offering a COMPLIMENTARY BUS service to and from Leith Hill Place / to Dorking Railway Station for the event if there is sufficient interest. If you would like to reserve a seat on the bus, please contact [email protected] before 10th October.
William Pryor is Gwen Raverat’s grandson, author of The Survival of the Coolest, editor of Virginia Woolf and the Raverats and Director of the Raverat Archive.
William Pryor will be giving a talk – with excerpts from Vaughan Williams’ Job performed by pianist Geraint Lewis – on October 13th, 5.30pm.
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For Directions and info on Leith Hill Place https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/leith-hill-place
Would you like to arrange a talk about Gwen's work?
The Archive arranges talks and lectures by William Pryor (Gwen's grandson) for various societies and organisations around the UK and abroad. If you would like to speak to us about arranging a lecture or exhibition please email Amy - [email protected]