Darcy then, now and forever

A talk by Dr Gabrielle Malcolm about the enduring popularity of the hero or archetype based on research for her new book

Regency Week

So if you like Darcy The Scarlet Pimpernel vampires and superheroes this is for you.

Dr Gabrielle Malcolm is a freelance writer, scriptwriter and visiting lecturer at the university of Gothenburg Sweden. Previously she was the Visiting Research Fellow in English with the ICVWW. The focus of her role was the development of the Mary Braddon Archive - about which she was blogging, publishing, and presenting. Gabrielle teaches and writes in Bath, and also works with the theatre company Moon On A Stick. Backed by Arts Council England, her first play 'The Power of The Inglewood' was staged at The Blue Elephant Theatre, Camberwell, in December 2014. In 2015-16 they also took her 'The Little Match Girl' play on tour.

Event Details


Tuesday 20 June 2017, from 2.30pm until 4pm


Alton Assembly Rooms, High Street, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 1BA


£10 - Box Office: Alton Community Centre, Tel: 01420 85057

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