Tickets £14. "Sylvia Plath’s position as a cultural icon and highly influential writer is unassailable. This event, including poetry, slides, films and a specially commissioned song, presents fascinating new material about Plath as a painter and a reader. Plath’s work is read by the celebrated actress, Diana Quick; Sally Bayley, co-editor of Eye Rhymes: Sylvia Plath’s Art of the Visual, gives an illustrated talk and shows Suzie Hanna’s animation, The Girl Who Would Be God; award-winning playwright Elisabeth Gray introduces her film inspired by Plath’s work and Jack Harris sings the Plath Lullaby." (christiguc)
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