Litfest'22 | Fracture, Matthew Parris

Charlie Chaplin spent much of his childhood in a south London workhouse, while Ada Lovelace was paralysed at the age of thirteen. Edward Lear was the last of twenty-one children, and suffered from severe epilepsy and depression, and Coco Chanel was abandoned by her father in a freezing-cold church orphanage. In Fracture, Matthew Parris explores the lives of truly remarkable people who changed our lives. Who did he omit? What was the hurdle for entry? Who most impressed him?  .... and all those other questions you would like to explore - ask Matthew in this unique sunday evening session.


Sun 10th July at 18.30
Tickets £10.00 with 10% student discount available.
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The 400 Hall Theatre
Willington Road
Repton
Derbyshire
DE65 6FH