An Audience with Joanna Trollope
Sunday 17 March 2pm | £15 pp
Joanna Trollope has been writing for over thirty years and is well known for her enormously successful contemporary works of fiction.
After winning a scholarship to Oxford University, Joanna joined the Foreign Office and then became a teacher of English. She began writing ‘to fill the long spaces after the children had gone to bed’ and for many years combined her writing career with working as a teacher.
Join the author of the bestselling novels The Rector’s Wife, City of Friends and The Choir, for this fascinating talk exploring the life of one of Britain’s most acclaimed authors.
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Please note that parking on site will be limited, so other forms of transport are encouraged. The nearest public car park is Marygate, a few minutes' walk from the venue. Please contact us on 01904 527315 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any access requirements.