Hear acclaimed dramatist David Edgar speak about his stage adaptation of ‘Arthur and George’ based on the novel by Julian Barnes. David Edgar’s production was staged at The Rep in 2010 and is about the extraordinary tale of University Alumnus, George Edalji, wrongfully accused of the Great Wryley Outrages in 1903 and how the novelist Sir Arthur Conan Doyle came to champion George’s fight for justice.
Part of the University’s programme of events to mark Black History Month.
Free, but booking is essential. To book, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Drinks reception at 17.30 followed by the lecture at 18.00.