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Walks and talks for lipreaders

The latest walk for lipreaders has been announced, book early to avoid dissapointment –

walks & talks for lipreaders

Sunday, 12th March, 2017

11.30 am – 1.30 pm

Meet: Under the Big Clock on the Concourse

At

Waterloo Station

The South Bank and the Festival of Britain

Walk with Diane Burstein, London Blue Badge Guide

and Lipspeakers Lynne Dubin & Dilys Palin

BOOKING FORM

 On this walk we go back to 1951 when the Festival of Britain took Londoners out of post war austerity to marvel at the latest innovations in art, design, industry and technology at a festival to celebrate the centenary of the Great Exhibition of 1851. Find out how this event was a catalyst for the regeneration of the entire South Bank which is today famous for its arts centre. We trace the surviving remnants of the festival including, two sculptures and the recently restored Royal Festival Hall. We view the post festival arts centres such as the National Theatre and finish with a great riverside panoramic view from the riverside walkway adjacent to the Oxo Tower.

Tickets £7.00 pp, payable in advance. Please complete form below & send with cheque made out to: Lynne Dubin, to Walks&Talks for Lipreaders, 48 Cunliffe Close, Oxford OX2 7BL. The ‘ticket’ will be sent out by e-mail. People without e-mail should enclose a S.A.E. Advance booking essential

Contact: Lynne SMS 07890 103 777 OR E-mail: lynnedubin16@gmail.com

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