The play Freshwater was first written by Virginia Woolf in 1935 for an amateur production in her sister’s L-shaped studio on Fitzroy Street. A gentle satire of the bohemian world of Woolf’s great-aunt Julia Margaret Cameron, the play will be performed by academics in the Department of English in their own amateur-theatrical rehearsed reading in the L-shaped J.M. Keynes Library, where Woolf lived from 1904-1907.
Part of Birkbeck's Arts Week 2012.
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