Date(s) - Saturday 6 May
Philip Geddes and Friends will tell the story of Kipling’s life with readings from his poetry and prose. It takes Kipling from his early days as the chronicler of Britain’s Indian Raj, through to his high point as poet of Empire for Edwardian England and as voice of the nation in the First World War. The show includes many Kipling favourites – “If”, regularly voted Britain’s favourite poem “The White Man’s Burden”, and extracts from Plain Tales from the Hills and the Just So stories.
Tickets £15 with wine, soft drinks and light refreshments
available from: “Tickets”, Friends of Alton Abbey, Alton Abbey, Abbey Road, Alton, GU34 4AP
Cheques should be made payable to “Friends of Alton Abbey” Please include a SAE, and a telephone number, or an email address
For more information e-mail [email protected] or phone 01428 712938