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Royston Pike Lecture - 'Housework won't kill you, but why take the chance?''

Maggs makes a return to the Royston Pike lecture series with another one of her ‘takes’ on the world around us: Life as it is lived at home.  Presented in her unique style she explores ours and other cultures domestic habits and wonders if domesticity is all it’s cut out to be. What exactly is home?
Maggs Latter is an arts consultant and speaker and has lived locally for over 30 years. Maggs teaches drama for Scene Two Drama School, Walton Theatre Workshop, Adult Education classes and the Duke of Edinburgh scheme. She is a drama adviser for Surrey County Council, a youth worker and a founding member of The Barn Theatre.  She is a member of the 120 singers of Elmbridge Choir and participates in all things theatrical.  A former Arts Development Officer for Elmbridge Borough Council, and former head of the Friends of the Riverhouse Arts Centre, Maggs has recently become a Trustee of the RC Sherriff Trust.  Maggs would like to point out that she has no time for domesticity, hence she will talk about it instead.
Thursday 18 January 7.30pm
‚Äč£3 on the door only


 
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Venue
Riverhouse Barn
Manor Road
Walton-on-Thames
Surrey
KT12 2PF