Tickets £10. "What drives individuals to experiment with dangerous ways of behaving? In the case of Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre, the subject of Carole Seymour-Jones’s A Dangerous Liaison, it was free-thinking ideals and Left-Bank intellectualism; in the case of Idina Sackville, the subject of Frances Osborne’s The Bolter - the inspiration for Nancy Mitford’s character in The Pursuit of Love and Love in a Cold Climate - it was 1920s high society and Happy Valley mores. They consider the cost of illicit passion and betrayal. Seymour-Jones wrote The Life of Vivienne Eliot. Frances Osborne is a journalist and author." (christiguc)
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