News in from the TLS:

The Times Literary Supplement (TLS) today announces its next talk on famous names in literature, as a part of the third in a series of talks celebrating the National Portrait Gallery’s 150th Anniversary. On Thursday, October 5 at 7pm, at the National Portrait Gallery, Michael Holroyd, and Roy Foster will lead a discussion on George Bernard Shaw to commemorate the birth – also 150 years ago – of the this world-famous playwright and socialist, George Bernard Shaw. Holroyd, prize-winning biographer and Foster, Professor of Irish History at Oxford University, will discuss Shaw’s provocative legacy.

I'm told that there is still plenty of availability and tickets can be obtained at the door on the night of the event or in advance by telephoning 020 7306 0055 and asking for The Ticket Desk.

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