MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON:
A 19th CENTURY RICHMOND AUTHOR WITH A 21st CENTURY LIFE
To be held at the Museum of Richmond
Wednesday 14 January - 24 April 2004
Museum of Richmond, Old Town Hall, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 1TP
Telephone: 020 8332 1141
At the Museum of Richmond, The Sensational Miss Braddon opens on Wednesday
14 January and continues to 24 April 2004.
The National Film Theatre will br showing the film of Braddon's best known novel, Lady Audley's Secret, on the 16 and 24 January as part of the 1920s film season.
In Secrets and Rumours: The Unconventional Life of M.E. Braddon, a specially commissioned play at the Orange Tree Theatre, Mary Elizabeth reflects on her life and its carefully hidden scandals.
A Braddon Day will take place in the Museum of Richmond and in the Library Room of the Old Town Hall on Tuesday 30 March. There will be a guided walk around Braddon's Richmond and several distinguished speakers, including Jennifer Carnell (author of The Literary Lives of Mary Elizabeth Braddon) and Matthew Sweet (author of Inventing the Victorians) will contribute to the programme
Copyright © 2003 - 2017, The Sensation Press, All
The Sensation Press