Date: Wednesday 3 May 2006
Venue: RO12, Ramphal Building
Writer, and Warwick honorary graduate, Andrew Davies, will talk about his new drama The Chatterley Affair - a fictional account of the jurors' experience of the Old Bailey hearing attempting to ban DH Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover in 1960.
Andrew Davies is a prolific writer of acclaimed scripts for television (Tipping the Velvet, Pride and Prejudice, House of Cards, A Very Peculiar Practice), and cinema (Circle of Friends, Bridget Jones’s Diary). Davies writes plays for the stage and for radio, fiction for children and adults and has taught in both schools and University.
To ensure adequate drink, please indicate your attendance by emailing Hannah Bradby in the Sociology department on H.Bradby@warwick.ac.uk
This is a joint event between the Sociology department and the Reinvention Centre for Undergraduate Research.