Hampstead Arts Festival: James Meek

18 November 2018
  • 14:00
  • £10

James Meek is a contributor to the London Review of Books and the author of several novels. Of these, The Heart Broke In offers an outstanding example of how authors can harness music for narrative purposes. James and Matthew’s discussion on this topic promises to change your perception of novels in which music plays a role.

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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