The New Hardy Players present a new adaptation by Sue Worth of Thomas Hardy's short story, The Withered Arm

 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

Listing Details

Tuesday 17th October 7.30 pm

Venue

Dorset County Museum

Ticket Prices

Adults: £10.00

Booking

TBC
 

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  • William and I had a very interesting and often hilarious time putting (our presentation) together – fortunately we both wanted to be thoroughly prepared, so we refined and refined… we enjoyed ourselves, aided and abetted by the helpfulness of you and yours behind the scenes, the warmth of the audience, and the pleasantness of the setting. Speaking at your festival was an altogether happy experience. I only wish I had managed to organise listening to many of the other talks, which I really wanted to do… Many congratulations to you and all your team, and all wishes for Festival no. 3!

    Penrose Halson
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  • I did so enjoy being with you and doing my stuff. I hope to see you again, though I am so busy I don't seem to have time for writing much at present! I am
    sure your festival will go from strength to strength….

    Daphne Selfe
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  • It is really great to have a Literary Festival in Dorchester and I really appreciate all the hard work that goes into making it happen.

    Janet Evans
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    Polly Greenway, Domvs
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  • Thank you for allowing me to be part of this great event. Well done to both of you, fantastic event.

    Michael Dooley, Poundbury Clinic
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  • I was particularly delighted by how many of the audience seemed to know and appreciate my work. As you know, authors are solitary creatures - mostly - and for me at least it's a real pleasure to have good reason to leave my work-room (a shed in the garden with a too-seductive view of the Cambrians) and meet and talk with readers and fellow writers (not forgetting that many of us are both).

    Elisabeth Luard
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