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The Shakespearean actress and director Dame Janet Suzman is at Keats Community Library tonight (Thursday) reading some of her favourite poems and speeches and discussing her life in the theatre with Piers Plowright. Dame Janet Suzman: With Great Pleasure, at 7.30pm.
Event Title eg: Life of PI
Take a leaf out of the Geffrye’s autumn almanac of ideas. Just one of our ideas for half term and entertaining the kids.
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