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On Beginning and Writing for the Stage with David Eldridge

Tuesday, April 24 | On Beginning and Writing for the Stage with David Eldridge

You're invited for an evening on writing for the stage with David Eldridge, the acclaimed writer of the must-see hit play, Beginning! Beyond the bright lights of the recent West End transfer we go behind the scenes with one of most respected playwrights in London.  
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Circe by Madeline Miller

Join us from 1pm on Thursday, May 3rd as Madeline Miller shares the secrets of Circe from Bloomsbury HQ.  Watch live as Madeline gives an exclusive talk to Bloomsbury staff about the writing, research and imagination that went into creating the powerful story of the mythological witch Circe, inspired by Homer's Odyssey. 

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“In a thrilling tour de force of imagination, Miller makes her otherworldly heroine a complex, sympathetic figure for whom we cheer throughout. Circe is a truly spellbinding novel, the mesmerising shimmer of ancient magic rising from it like a heat haze” – Mail on Sunday

“In Circe, Miller gives depth and history to the title character, how it was she came to be on her island, and her struggles as an independent woman. The “heroes” of Greek myths - the gods, Odysseus and so on - get shoved to the side, as Miller brings to the forefront a fascinating, captivating female character. This is wonderfully detailed and well worth the more than five year wait since The Song of Achilles” –  Stylist, The 20 must-read books to make room for in 2018
Funding Women in Film: Times Up

Tuesday, May 1st | Funding Women in Film: Time's Up

Join us as we bring together four extraordinary women to uncover the unspoken challenges of film funding and distribution and if pitches and screenplays written by women are being overlooked by those who hold the purse strings.
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