Thursday, May 03, 2007

In conversation with David Edgar

The Writers' Guild presents "In conversation with David Edgar" on Thursday June 7th from 7pm to at the Writers' Guild Centre in Kings Cross .

Guild member David Edgar is a playwright and fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. His recent works include Albert Speer, based on Gitta Sereny's biography of Hitler's architect, first staged at the Royal National Theatre, and The Prisoner's Dilemma, an exploration of the nature of modern conflict, for the Royal Shakespeare Company. He continues to write for the stage, radio and television and has taught at Birmingham University since 1989.

David will be interviewed by David James, chair of the Guild's Theatre Committee.

Tickets for this event will be £5 for Guild members and £7.50 for non-members. Please join us after the event for a free glass of wine and a chance to mingle with fellow guests. Places are limited so please book in advance through the Guild office.

To book please send a cheque payable to the Writers' Guild, to 'In conversation with David Edgar', Writers' Guild of Great Britain, 15-17 Britannia Street, Kings Cross, London , WC1X 9JN.

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