BushGreen Live | Forget Me Not

Next up in our series of BushGreen Live events we’ll be talking about issues explored in Forget Me Not by Tom Holloway. This event will take place at 6pm before the performance of Forget Me Not on Monday 11 January.

Places are limited, if you would like to come along please reserve your place by emailing [email protected]

On the panel for the discussion:

Tony Roe, Trustee the Child Migrants Trust
Gordon Lynch, Curator On Their Own: Britain’s Child Migrants at the V&A Museum of Childhood and Professor of Modern Theology at Kent University
Our Associate Dramaturg Rob Drummer will chair.

Please note that this event will take place in our Attic Space which is only accessible via stairs. If you have any access requirements please call box office on 020 8743 5050 before reserving your place.

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