The Upper Room Spring Lectures 2021 – Michael Frayn

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The Upper Room ( is delighted that our series of annual lectures is going ahead once again this year, despite the difficulties arising from the pandemic. Each lecture is being streamed online here on Chiswickbuzz, so you can enjoy the full live event from the comfort of your own home.

Each event costs £10 to view. Additional donations to The Upper Room are also welcome.

Michael Frayn

Lecture 2: Michael Frayn
Wednesday 21st April 8:00pm-9:15pm

One of our greatest living writers, Michael Frayn is known for a string of West End hits such as Copenhagen, Democracy and the hilarious farce Noises Off. His prolific literary output includes novels, philosophical works, screenplays, newspaper columns and translations. Michael will be in conversation with Torin Douglas, the former BBC Media Correspondent.

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