Hampstead Arts Festival: David Reynolds

22 November 2018
  • 19:30

David Reynolds: The Long Shadow of the Great War Poets: 1918-2018. (This talk links to Roderick Williams's song recital on Monday 26th Nov at the Hampstead Arts Festival.)

David Reynolds is Professor of International History and a Fellow of Christ's College, Cambridge. He is the author of numerous books and publications, as well as the writer and presenter of several BBC programmes. His award-winning book, The Long Shadow, explores the relationship between the Great War and twentieth-century history. Prof. Reynolds’ talk will focus on the complex legacy of Great War poetry to this day.

Tickets £10 available here


The Hampstead Arts Festival returns to Burgh House with an exciting
programme of literary events:

15 November: Acclaimed novelist Elif Shafak on her work as a writer, rights activist and speaker

16 November: Martin Wolf CBE (Financial Times) on his career, theBritish economy and Brexit 

18 November: Novelist and arts & culture journalist James Meek onmusic in fiction

22 November: Prof. David Reynolds (Cambridge) on the complex legacyof Great War poetry to this day 

27 November: Actor Juliet Stevenson on her career in film, TV and theatre.


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