Art, life and ideas have always rubbed shoulders and intermingled at Charleston. This year the themes jostle ever more enticingly: from the Great Reform Bill of 1832 to the Scandal of 1963; from the industrious Mr Wedgwood to the discreet charm of Apple’s designs; from Miss Austen’s Pump Room to Modernist Year One 1922; from the early balloonists to transatlantic missions; from midwives to Marx. Writers take centre stage of course: writers and family; writers and war; writers and the environment; writers and booze. Come and join the conversation!
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Not for Turning – Charles Moore on Margaret Thatcher MORE