Autumn Term 2022

Theme: Education

SEPTEMBER

Tuesday 20th September
Monday 26th September

James Heaney

‘Actually, reading Ulysses’!
(2 weeks)

OCTOBER

 

 

Monday 3rd October Damian Evans

Jazz & Ireland

Monday 10th & Tuesday 11th October
Monday 17th & Tuesday 18th October
Monday 24th & Tuesday 25th October
Mark Roper

VILLETTE, Charlotte Bronte

Making use of Charlotte Brontë’s personal experience as a teacher in Brussels, Villette is less well-known but arguably at least as good as Jane Eyre.
Monday 31st October BANK HOLIDAY (NO CLASSES)

NOVEMBER

Monday 7th & Tuesday 8th November
Monday 14th & Tuesday 15th November
Monday 21st & Tuesday 22nd November
Mark Roper

THE FIRST FORTY-NINE STORIES, Ernest Hemingway

These stories are perhaps the greatest achievement of the highly influential American writer.

Monday 28th & Tuesday 29th November THE POISONWOOD BIBLE, Barbara Kingsolver

The story of an evangelical minister who takes his wife and four daughters on a mission to the Belgian Congo in 1959.

DECEMBER

Monday 5th & Tuesday 6th December
Monday 12th & Tuesday 13th December
THE POISONWOOD BIBLE, Barbara Kingsolver

The story of an evangelical minister who takes his wife and four daughters on a mission to the Belgian Congo in 1959.

 

ANNUAL MEMBERS LUNCH WILL TAKE PLACE AT EASTER 2023