BRIDGET WHELAN writer

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What you should do tonight….no, not that

Out of Our MindsWatching England play in a crucial match is not good for anyone… Not good at all…. This, on the other hand, might well be…
WATERSTONE’S BRIGHTON
Thursday, 19 June 2014, 7:30PM – 9:00PM
Tickets £3, available from the shop (includes a glass of wine and a donation to MIND)
From Hamlet, Jane Eyre and Enduring Love to The Shock of the Fall and The Rosie Project: mental health conditions and psychiatric disorders have always interested writers and driven plot lines. Can fiction shed light and help us understand mental illness and how does the process of writing itself help those who suffer? In this event members of Brighton’s Beach Hut Writers will discuss what drew them to write about the subject and what they hope to achieve by doing so.
Sarah Rayner, John O’Donoghue, Mark Radcliffe, Martine McDonogah, Ian Williams and Bridget Whelan will be on the panel event chaired by Lizzie Enfield.
It will be followed by a Q and A.
Further details and to reserve a ticket (and make sure there’s enough wine to go around) call 01273 206017. More info here.

waterstones out of our minds

photo credit football: Nina Matthews Photography via photopin cc photo credit Waterstones window – Sarah Rayner

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