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Join us for an evening celebrating DH Lawrence. Following a talk by Dr Catherine Brown about why DH Lawrence is still relevant today, Bedfellows, the NCH drama society, will perform two plays. The evening is part of the 14th Annual DH Lawrence Conference, which takes place at NCH this year.

7.00pm A talk by Dr Catherine Brown about why DH Lawrence is still relevant today.

7.45pm Interval

8.00pm The Night of the Zeppelina world premiere of a newly-discovered one-act play by Tennessee Williams, about DH Lawrence and his wife Frieda, living in London during the First World War, followed by The Merry Go-Round – a rarely-seen romantic comedy by DH Lawrence.

Please join us for one of both of the evening’s events.

Director: Nicholas Schmale, NCH Second Year English with Philosophy BA

Producer: Millie Chipperfield, Philosophy BA with Art History (Lond/NCH, 2015)

Cast: Bedfellows (the NCH Drama Society) - exact cast to be confirmed

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About Dr Catherine Brown

Dr Catherine Brown is Vice-President of the DH Lawrence Society and Head of English at New College of the Humanities. She studied English at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge.

Dr Brown then moved out into academic and practical politics, lived in New York and Moscow, learned Spanish and Russian, and took an MSc in Russian and Post-Soviet Studies (LSE) and an MA in Comparative Literature (UCL), before returning to Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge for her PhD as an English-Russian comparatist. She then taught at the universities of Cambridge, Greenwich, and Oxford, before becoming a founding Faculty member of New College of the Humanities, and leading the creation of the NCH English degree. She has co-presented a BBC 1 documentary on DH Lawrence with writer Geoff Dyer, was script consultant to the 2016 BBC 1 adaptation of Lady Chatterley's Lover, and is Executive Director of the 14th International DH Lawrence Conference London Calling, of which this evening is part.


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