Writers in Romney Marsh – RYE ARTS FESTIVAL

Writers in Romney Marsh – RYE ARTS FESTIVAL

Writers in Romney Marsh – Part 2

As with earlier times, Rye and Romney Marsh continued to lure writers to this unique corner of the world between the two World Wars.

Sheila Kaye-Smith was in the heyday of her popularity, Radclyffe Hall lived and wrote in Rye, Smallhythe Place played host to the daughter of Ellen Terry and her friends, and Russell Thorndike wrote the first of his famous smuggling tales here.

Dr Pat Argar will talk about these and other writers who may be new to you – who all took up residence here in Ryeto pursue their creative work.

Date

Sep 21 2022
Expired!

Time

Doors open at 2.30pm
3:00 pm - 4:15 pm

Cost

£12.00

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Discovery Centre

Location

Discovery Centre
Rye Harbour
Website
https://rye.sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk/discovery-centre
RYE ARTS FESTIVAL

Organizer

RYE ARTS FESTIVAL
Website
https://ryeartsfestival.org.uk/
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