A truly Dickensian night at the Windermere
A packed out Windermere nestled in the snow was the perfect setting for us to celebrate Charles Dicken’s 200th anniversary. Following the children’s storytelling day at Preston Park school, it rounded off a hugely successful National Libraries Day, despite yesterday’s bad news.
Readings from the man of letters and Whitbread Prize-winner Paul Bailey and music from the inimicable CLOS made it an night to remember. Let’s not forget the children – and yet more distinguished authors, like Leon Rosselson, Kaye Umansky (below), Daniel Kitts, Dyan Sheldon and Jenny Newland.
Brent has no plans to ever hold an event locally here. That ended when they closed our only portal to the council, and lied to us that they would make it up via “outreach”.
Posted on February 5, 2012, in Events, Photo and tagged books, brent libraries, brentlibraries, children, clos, community, daniel kitts, dickens, dyan sheldon, great expectations, gruffalo, jenny newman, julia donaldson, kaye umansky, leon rosselson, London, nld12, oliver twist, paul bailey, pongwiffy, Wembley. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on A truly Dickensian night at the Windermere.