Grandmothers - An Evening with Salley Vickers

Grandmothers - An Evening with Salley Vickers



7.30pm

BOOKING FOR THIS EVENT IS CURRENTLY CLOSED.

Join Sunday Times Bestselling novelist Salley Vickers for a very special evening where she will dscuss her new novel Grandmothers. 

Grandmothers is the story of three very different women and their relationship with the younger generation: fiercely independent Nan, who leads a secret life as an award-winning poet when she is not teaching her grandson Billy how to lie; glamorous Blanche deprived of the company of her beloved granddaughter Kitty by her hostile daughter-in-law, who finds solace in rebelliously taking to drink and shoplifting: and shy, bookish Minna who in the safety of shepherd’s hut shares with her surrogate granddaughter Rose her passion for reading. The outlook of all three women subtly alters when through their encounters with each other they discover that the past is always with us and that we go on learning and changing until the very end.

Salley Vickers has worked as a teacher of children of special needs, a lecturer in adult education, a university lecturer and a psycho analyst. She now writes full time and is the author of many celebrated novels, including the word-of mouth bestseller 'Miss Garnet’s Angel' and the Sunday Times bestseller, 'The Librarian'. 'Grandmothers' is her latest novel. 
 

Tickets are priced at £12 or £23.95 with dinner (2 courses, including tea/coffee 6.30-7.30pm).


Please note that tickets for this event are e-tickets. Book online and have your tickets emailed directly to you – then save the environment by bringing along your e-ticket on your phone or tablet and have it scanned as you enter the event. If you would prefer to print your ticket, black and white is fine.

A print and collect service is available to those without access to email facilities for a small charge to cover our admin costs. Call 01244 532350 or email enquiries@gladlib.org for more information. Printed tickets will be available to collect from Reception before the event.