Join us in the glorious 19th century Chapel of King’s College London for an evening of music, dance and poetry. This ‘Modernist Revue’ will include the premiere of live artist Deborah Pearson’s rendition of Hope Mirrlees’s 1919 ‘Paris: A Poem’, music from suffragette opera, Rhondda Rips it Up!, a response to the Ballets Russes performed by Isabella McGuire Mayes and music by Germaine Tailleferre and Claude Debussy from the Virginia Woolf & Music project. The evening will be compèred by BBC Radio 4's own Zeb Soanes.
The Revue will be followed by a drinks reception generously funded by the Department of English, King’s College London.
Organised by Clara Jones (KCL), Natasha Periyan (Kent) and Anna Snaith (KCL)
The event will start at 6:30 pm finishing at 8:00 pm.