By Helen F Biggs, on 31 March 2017
This post originally appeared at Newsam News, and is reproduced here courtesy of Sally Perry.
What: A London-themed celebration of reading aloud, and being read to, for World Book Night
Where: UCL IOE Library
When: Monday 24 April 2017 5.30-7.00pm
To celebrate World Book Night 2017 and to coincide with UCL Libraries’ East Side Stories: Londoners in Transition exhibition we are holding our third read aloud event on Monday 24 April. Come and listen to fellow audience members read poems, stories or passages from their favourite books. Readings will include extracts from George Orwell’s Down and out in Paris and London which is included in the exhibition. If you would like to read aloud yourself in any language (for approximately 5 mins) you would be very welcome. A London theme for your reading is optional!
Sam Duncan (IOE Dept of Education, Practice and Society) and Rebecca Webster (Head of Archives, UCL Library Services) will introduce the session.
If you would like to come along (to read or to be read to) please use the link below to book a place. If you would like to read please email Sam Duncan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
To book please click here.