T S ELIOT FESTIVAL
Saturday 18 July 2015
|11.00am||Footfalls Echo in the Memory – Eliot’s Expatriation
|12.15pm||The publication of Eliot’s complete prose
Jewel Spears Brooker.
|1.00pm||Why Little Gidding?
|2.15pm||MY FAVOURITE ELIOT
Festival-goers are invited to read a short piece or extract from the works of T S Eliot. (It would be helpful if you could notify us if you are interested in contributing to this. Please email email@example.com).
|3.00pm||Was Eliot Ever Young?
Graham Fawcett reads ‘Little Gidding’.
A moment always much anticipated at the Festival each year is the reading of ‘Little Gidding’ on the lawn in front of Little Gidding Church.
|4.30pm||Afternoon Tea||5.00pm||End of Festival programme|
Note: all timings are approximate and may be subject to change. The details of speakers and talks are confirmed, but may be subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.
The T S Eliot Festival is organized by the Friends of Little Gidding and the T S Eliot Society, with financial support from Old Possum’s Practical Trust.