Colour of Love film screening and Q&A
West Bridgford Library
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Local writer Mahsuda Snaith talks about her experience as a writer for Colonial Countryside; a nationwide project to delve into the colonial connections of National Trust properties including Kedleston Hall. Mahsuda will discuss how the project inspired a series of short stories and the discovery that we are all connected by history.
Mahsuda's talk is part of Inspire’s History and Imagination programme – 15 to 19 March 2021– a week-long celebration highlighting the reasons why we love to read about the past.
A discounted season ticket giving access to all the events is also available.
Points to note about the booking:
Zoom (www.zoom.us) is the online platform we will be using to run this session.
You do not need to have a Zoom account - a meeting link will be emailed to the email address you provide when booking.
The recommended equipment needed for online sessions is
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