The Lonely Londoners – The Immigrant Experience in 1950s’ London – GI 21 113 (Face to Face)
14 October 2021 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm BST
Tutor: Carol Perrett BA (Hons) MAGo to all Courses
Described as ‘an iconic chronicle’, The Lonely Londoners uses the voices of West Indian immigrants in 1950s’ London. Whilst the plotline and writing style are not straightforward, the set of vignettes immerse the reader in the sounds and rhythms of London and West Indian culture. We will look the writing style, the voices and the key issues in a discussion-led class.
Please read the book beforehand (Penguin Classics).
Please note: Due to the easing of social distancing measures, this face to face course has a capacity of 12 attendees. This is set at 75% of full capacity to ensure safety for our students and tutors. We will endeavour to increase this number to full capacity in due course.
V Café at The Guildford Institute provides a friendly catering service using high quality, fresh, vegetarian and vegan ingredients.
The perfect way to give a treat to someone special who takes real pleasure in learning new things and taking part in great activities.