£3 (free concessions)
1 hour (no interval)
Professor James Moran details Lawrence’s skill in preparing work for the theatre, pointing to the way that Lawrence’s plays draw on the author’s day-to-day life in Eastwood. Lawrence’s playwriting depends on the skilful distilling and reshaping of Eastwood life, with the plays drawing on real-life experience as well as the theatrical models provided by playwrights such as Ibsen and Hauptmann.
Image credit: DH Lawrence, Odour of Chrysanthemums, p. 27.
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Thursday 03 February-Sunday 29 MayWeston Gallery
Drawing on a range of items including rare first editions, this exhibition traces the ways in which Lawrence's writing was amended and censored.
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