A gripping story of the mysterious wound that blights the happiness of young, newly married Gertrude Lodge, and her search for the cause and cure of her affliction.
This will be the first in a series of Hardy Short Stories in Interesting Places held in collaboration with Dorchester Arts.
To find out more about the programme visit: http://www.hardyonline.org
Tuesday 17th October 7.30 pm
Dorset County Museum
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...Enjoyable, engaging, enthralling...
We thoroughly enjoyed the Literary Festival again this year and eagerly await the next one...Thank you for bringing a great event to Dorchester.
Congratulations to the whole Lit Fest team. I am glad it has been such a well-deserved success! The huge effort put into it is very clear to see, it is great when that is acknowledged and rewarded! We have been very happy to host the event -we are all very proud to be involved with the Lit Fest...
Thank YOU for hosting us so brilliantly on Sunday. Dad and I had a great time and were both really impressed by the very smooth running of your festival. It was a total pleasure being there with you, Helen, and the team. Congrats to all concerned on a job well done. It was fun to be a part of it.
The festival was well organised, we enjoyed the talks we attended and very much hope to attend next year.
Thank you for organising the Dorchester Literary Festival. It was our first year...and will certainly attend again. We particularly enjoyed Victoria Hislop (with a good interviewer), Kate Adie and Dr Julia Shaw on Memory - excellent presentation and interesting subject.