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ON DEMAND Virginia and Vita: Love Letters

Spend this Valentine’s Day eavesdropping on the affair between Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West as we explore and celebrate their relationship in a digital event featuring Alison Bechdel live in conversation, plus readings at Charleston by Lauren John Joseph.

 

In her introduction to a new collection of their correspondence - Love Letters: Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West - Alison Bechdel, cartoonist and inventor of the ‘Bechdel Test’, considers the impact of ‘one of the great literary love affairs of all time’, chronicled here in ‘a narrative that’s already as gripping as a well-plotted novel’.

 

Bechdel’s conversation is interspersed with a chance to see these intimate and playful letters and diary entries brought to life at Charleston by artist and writer Lauren John Joseph, who reads as Vita, plus a second special guest to be announced.

 

Discover the affair that inspired Virginia to write her most fantastical novel, Orlando, and a relationship that - even a hundred years later - feels radical and relatable.

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Available from 16th February to 14th March

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Spend this Valentine’s Day eavesdropping on the affair between Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West as we explore and celebrate their relationship in a digital event featuring Alison Bechdel live in conversation, plus readings at Charleston by Lauren John Joseph.

 

In her introduction to a new collection of their correspondence - Love Letters: Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West - Alison Bechdel, cartoonist and inventor of the ‘Bechdel Test’, considers the impact of ‘one of the great literary love affairs of all time’, chronicled here in ‘a narrative that’s already as gripping as a well-plotted novel’.

 

Bechdel’s conversation is interspersed with a chance to see these intimate and playful letters and diary entries brought to life at Charleston by artist and writer Lauren John Joseph, who reads as Vita, plus a second special guest to be announced.

 

Discover the affair that inspired Virginia to write her most fantastical novel, Orlando, and a relationship that - even a hundred years later - feels radical and relatable.

How it works

You will be sent a ticket with the link and code to access the talk.

Available from 16th February to 14th March