Bloomsbury Festival 2013: The Madness of the Modern City: Will Self in Conversation
16 October 2013, 18:30 - 20:00
- Organised by:
- School of Advanced Study
- The Chancellor's Hall (Senate House, first floor)
- Venue Details:
London WC1E 7HU
Download a map of the central precinct with directions for getting to the University of London Senate House.
An Institute of English Studies event for the 2013 Bloomsbury Festival.
Bloomsbury, famous as one of the crucibles of Modernism, is also often regarded as a space of tranquillity amidst the madness of London. Acclaimed author Will Self, in conversation with Dr Nick Shepley, explores the links between modern urban life and mental health, and reads from his Booker-prize shortlisted novel Umbrella.
Some events have a small allocation of tickets available to be booked in advance from the Bloomsbury Festival website. If the event is full or booking is closed you can still turn up on the day – at least 50% of tickets will be available on a first come, first served basis. If the event is not bookable then you should just turn up on the day. Please arrive early to avoid disappointment.
Get in touch
Get in touch with us on @SASNews and on our Facebook page. You can also follow our progress via the project blog. If you would like to volunteer to staff the Ministry of Communication (as tour guides, greeters, etc (please contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Bloomsbury Festival
We are delighted to be a partner of the Bloomsbury Festival. The Bloomsbury Festival is a high-profile, multidisciplinary arts and cultural event taking place from 15-20 October 2013 across the whole Bloomsbury area. The event will bring together many local businesses, communities and cultural and academic organisations to celebrate this fascinating area, through a programme packed with dance, music, performance, guided walks, art, workshops, talks, literary trails, a food programme and much, much more. www.bloomsburyfestival.org.uk