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Literary Supper with Simon Callow

Thursday 23rd February 2012 6:30pm - 10pm St Pancras International, Foyles Unit 8A, St Pancras Station, Euston Road, London, N1C 4QL Literary Event, Chargeable Event

Charles Dickens and the Great Theatre of the World in association with Museum of London

As London celebrates the Dickens bicentenary, beloved actor, director and writer Simon Callow will discuss his biography of the literary legend in our first supper of 2012. Callow will look at Dickens' life through the lens of the theatre, reflecting on the importance of the stage for such a master storyteller. He will be in discussion with the Museum of London's curator Alex Werner.

Tickets: £40, including a three-course meal and a welcome drink. To reserve for this event please call: 0207 870 9900 or email stpg@searcys.co.uk
Venue: St Pancras Grand Brasserie, St Pancras International

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