To mark the 200th anniversary of Anne Brontë’s birth, we celebrate her work and influence with conversation, graphic artworks and live readings from Anne Brontë’s final novel ‘The Tenant of Wildfell Hall’, one of the first feminist novels.
Join The Scots Makar, novelist and poet Jackie Kay, as she speaks to award-winning British graphic novelist Isabel Greenberg, and acclaimed actor and director Adjoa Andoh about the work of this feminist pioneer. Their discussion is interspersed with readings by Adjoa Andoh and complimented by Isabel Greenberg’s artworks inspired by the Brontës.
Chaired by journalist and broadcaster Cathy Newman.
Limited number of under-30s tickets available for £10
Photo: Adjoa Andoh ©Christopher Bethell