Tickets £10 Two recent adaptations caught the Zeitgeist: The Pitman Painters, based on William Feaver's book, at the NT, and Deborah Moggach's The Diary of Anne Frank on TV. The former tells the story of a group of miners from Ashington Colliery in the inter-war years who became artists. The original Diary of Anne Frank symbolises the suffering of the Holocaust. William Feaver and Deborah Moggach talk to Frances Spalding about preserving the integrity of recent lives when translating them into new art forms. William Feaver - painter, curator, art critic - is a Trustee of the Ashington Group Collection; Deborah Moggach's latest novel is These Foolish Things; Frances Spalding is an art historian and biographer. (DeadGoodBooks)
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