Monday February 24: 7pm

Minster Lovell History Society (Oxon)

Village Hall

Based on her experience writing the 120 life stories in the Oxford Castaway books Sylvia will talk about

Life-writing and how to begin.

Saturday April 4 : 10.30- 5

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Wesley Memorial Hall (next to St Peter’s College in New Inn Hall Street)  Oxford.

The Lord Mayor of Oxford will open  the 45 exhibitor fair which has a full programme of workshops, performances and talks – all free admission

They will include a workshop with world famous illustrator Korky Paul and ‘Animation’ presentation by Joanna Harrison of ‘The Snowman and the Snow Dog’ , ‘Going on a Bear Hunt’ and  ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea.’

Sylvia will  talk  about ‘Mixed Relationships and how they inspired Sculpting the Elephant .’@ 3pm

12.30 –12.50pm: Launch of ‘Around the World by Land, Sea and Air ’by  Michael Harry.( Anglepoise)  In conversation with film maker  Richard Scrase on experiences on the Trans- Siberian railway .

1.0-pm – 1. 20: Performance poetry by Euton Daley ‘The Politics of Love’

1. 25 -1.45 Jenny Lewis and Adnan Al Sayegh will perform accompanied by music and dance with Confluence Collective

1.55 – 2.15. Lapa Performance Artists.  Text in Performance Art – followed by more performances outside weather permitting.

The full programme will be published in late February .

Thursday April 16

Chinnor and District U3A

Village Hall Chinnor @2.30

Brushstrokes in  Time as below but @2.30