'Sacred, Broken Roads': An evening of Edward Thomas and Ivor Gurney

Date
28th September, 2021 - 28th September, 2021

Concession available for Friends of Petersfield Museum, members of the Edward Thomas Fellowship and Petersfield Museum Volunteers.
Digital ticket holders will receive a Zoom invite at least 3 days before the event. 

Tickets

In-Person Ticket: £12.00
In-Person Concession: £10.00
Digital Ticket: £10.00
Digital Concession: £8.00

Start and end times
6:30pm - 9:30pm
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A special evening of poetry, music and discussion exploring the works and connections between war poets Edward Thomas and Ivor Gurney.

The evening will include presentations by Philip Lancaster, a leading authority on the musical and literary works of British composer-poet Ivor Gurney, and Dr Andrew Hodgson, Senior Lecturer in Romanticism from the University of Birmingham. There will also be new poetry by Michael Longley relating to both Thomas and Gurney and a special reading by Patricia McCarthy of her poem about a visit from Helen Thomas to Ivor Gurney. 

This event will be a a hybrid of both physical and digital participation and will be accessible both from the unique surrounding of our Victorian justice centre and from the comfort of your own home via a live stream.