Louise Brealey and Sarah Hall Talk: How To Act & Write Your Way Out Of A Paper Bag
Date: 21 April 2023
Time: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
£5.00 per personBook Here
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If you do not have the means to pay for a ticket, we have an access budget that enables us to provide free places for people with low incomes, who are unemployed or have other access needs. Please contact us to register.
The talk starts at 6.30pm sharp. The Stable Bar will also be open for drinks until late.
The Farmer’s Arms, Lowick Green – LA12 8DT
Join actor Louise Brealey and author Sarah Hall for an intriguing discussion around storytelling in their work.
Both Louise and Sarah will discuss the similarities and differences in their creative work and occupations – including voice, character, research, authenticity and language. Among a wide variety of roles and achievements, Louise has recorded audio versions of several of Sarah’s books and the two speakers will explore ideas about how to make and how to perform a story.
Prior to the talk, dine in the Stable Bar and get 10% off when you order between 5.00pm – 6.00pm. Just show your ticket when you pay.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:
Louise Brealey, also credited as Loo Brealey, is an English actress, writer and journalist. Born in Bozeat, Northamptonshire, England. She attended Kimbolton School, proceeding to read History at Cambridge. She then trained at the Lee Strasberg Institute in New York City and with clown teacher Philippe Gaulier. Louise has written on cinema, art and music since her teens, contributing reviews and features for magazines including Premiere UK, Empire, Radio Times, SKY, The Face, Neon, AnOther and Total Film. In March 2012, Brealey produced, co-wrote and co-starred in The Charles Dickens Show, a children’s comedy drama for BBC 2.
Sarah Hall is the award-winning author of six novels and three short story collections. Her work has been translated into 15 languages. She is also a fellow of the RSL. Sarah was born and raised in Cumbria, and now lives in the South Lakes.