Will talk on ‘Adventures in the Screen Trade’ at St. Thomas a Becket Church, Huntington, HR5 3PY
Saturday September 16th at 7.00 pm
Huntington is very lucky to have the acclaimed author Deborah Moggach, be the final speaker in this year’s series of events. She is of course the author of ‘The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’ and ‘Tulip Fever’ as well as 18 other books. She will be telling the story of her life in relation to her success as an author. She has also adapted many of her novels as TV dramas and has also written acclaimed adaptations of other people’s work, including Nancy Mitford, ‘Love in a Cold Climate’, ’The Diary of Anne Frank’ and the film ‘Pride and Prejudice’, starring Keira Knightly, for which she was awarded a BAFTA nomination.
Now happily married and living in Presteigne, she will tell of the story of her Hollywood visits to Steven Speilberg , who originally bought ‘Tulip Fever’ and the bizarre experiences she witnessed there.
The stories of life in Hollywood to the writings of her many novels, tackling family life, divorce, children and the confusions and disappointments of relationships, will fascinate listeners.
Deborah has had a rich and varied life and her talk will be full of amusing anecdotes and startling surprises, which one could only have believed happened in Hollywood and as her life as a famous author.
She will be answering questions after her talk and the evening will finish with a free canapés and wine party after the event.
SONGS OF PRAISE AT
ST. STEPHEN’S CHURCH, OLD RADNOR
SUNDAY 6TH AUGUST AT 6.00PM
WE’D PARTICULARLY LIKE TO WELCOME ALL WHO’VE CELEBRATED CHRISTENINGS, WEDDINGS OR ATTENDED FUNERALS AT ST. STEPHEN’S TO JOIN US FOR THIS SPECIAL SERVICE WHEN WE’LL GIVE THANKS FOR LOVE IN HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS.
There will be a bell-ringing practice at St.Mary’s, Kington on the first Wednesday of the month, starting on 1st February, 7.30pm until 9.00pm.
This is in conjunction with the ringers at Lyonshall, who will continue to have their practices on the other Wednesdays in the month.
Ringers and non-ringers will be most welcome. Why not come and give it a go?
For further information call the Tower Captain, John Clayton on 01544 230839