Pictures from Hearth's performance of Revolving Door at the Old Joint Stock June 2018
Written by Polly Wright and directed by Terina Talbot
How often have you heard it said that a book or play could change somebody's life?
Fantastic evening last night where the Writers’ Reading group and friends read and discussed the Booker shortlisted The Long Take by Robin Robertson. Five star reviews all round for the book and our readings in our favourite venue - The Hexagon, Mac Birmingham
Who says we don't take our shadowing seriously? Here's our woman in New York, Bernadette Lynch composing her review of The Man Booker Prize short-lister Robin Robertson's Long TakeOur open discussion is at Mac Birmingham on October 11th!
Our group has been chosen to shadow the @manbookerprize with @readingagency. We're looking forward to reading: The Long Take by Robin Robertson We’ll be discussing the book in an open debate on October 11th at MAC in the Hexagon (7.00- 9.00)Check back for further updates...
Classic in a Day - ‘Wuthering Heights: Dancing with Death’ - Sat 22nd Sept 10.30am – 4pm, John Peek Room£29/£26 for Members of the BMI(lunch and refreshments not included) This “Classic in a Day” we will focus on one of the great romantic novels of our time, and ask the question: Just how romantic is the “deadly” character of Heathcliff? Closely related to Rochester, and Arthur Huntingdon (the Tenant of...
Pictures from the Hearth Centre’s wonderful performance of Revolving Door at the Old Joint Stock in June. Actors Todd Jennings, Vimal Korpal and Carl Thornley. Photography by Cardboard Zebra
The Hearth Centre invites you to celebrate the 70th birthday of the NHS with a reading by actors from the Hearth Centre of the play Cradle to Grave by Mandy Ross.3pm Saturday 30th June 2018 at the Community Room, Middleton Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham B14 7HPFollowed by tea and 70th birthday cake, and sharing our NHS storiesFunded by the Mayor’s Community WeekendPlease click HERE for tickets Based on interviews with a woman...
We would be incredibly grateful for donations to facilitate the effective presentation of this play and subsequent talk.Please click on the image for more details.Graphic by CardboardZebra
Two brilliant photos of our meeting to discuss the book at the Hexagon. Vernon Subutex One by Virginie Despentes... thrilling, magnificently audacious, the story of now... bit like the Writers Reading Group! #MBI2018