One Day in the City: 15 June 2012
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Getting Close But Then Again Not Close At All

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12.30pm Darwin Foyer Steps; Gustave Tuck Steps; Main Steps

1.50pm Gustave Tuck Steps

London Liming

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London Liming

London Liming: Where Spoken Word Meets Carnival

South Cloisters: 15:00-16:30

Showing Seeing

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Helena Hunter

12.30-1.30pm UCL Art Museum

      A screening of Showing Seeing a new short film work by Helena Hunter, followed by a discussion with poet and writer Saradha Soobrayen. The film is set in an optical museum and a museum of theatre and performance. The settings present a framing device for a personal narrative that negotiates the visual acts of remembering and forgetting. As the camera contemplates theatrical objects and optical artifacts a voice recounts experiences relating to looking, training, and performance.

Metropolis Transformed: King's Cross

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Metropolis Transformed

Drawing the Future on the Past

2-3pm Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre

in-a-nutshell

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in-a-nutshell

For something a little different: this year members of the English department will be giving a number of short "in-a-nutshell" pop-up seminars on writers or writing they love, which relates to London and literature.

George Orwell and London

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George Orwell and London

D.J. Taylor and Michael Sayeau in conversation

David Lodge: Jonathan Coe

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David Lodge

Two Novelists: Two Cities

Changing Places Between Birmingham and London

John Agard

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John Agard

London, Literature and Hidden Voices 

Darwin Lecture Theatre: 13:00 - 14:00    

Kazuo Ishiguro

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Harper's Bazaar

in conversation with Professor John Mullan

Is It Something I Said?

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Tim Clare

Will Self, India Knight, Tim Clare and John Sutherland

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