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Remembering Toni Morrison: Shared Readings in Celebration of her Life and Work (5 Sept) Remembering Toni Morrison: Shared Readings in Celebration of her Life and Work (5 Sept)
Remembering Toni Morrison: Shared Readings in Celebration of her Life and Work (5 Sept)

“We die. That may be the meaning of life. But we do language. That may be the measure of our lives.”

– Toni Morrison

 

Kwame Kwei-Armah, Artistic Director of the Young Vic, announces an evening in celebration of the life of Toni Morrison. To mark the month anniversary of Toni Morrison’s passing, audiences are invited to the Young Vic on Thursday 5 September to join Kwame Kwei-Armah in reading aloud their favourite passages and quotes from her work and life.

 

The evening will be a moment to listen to and to celebrate the words of this remarkable woman – one of the most influential and important writers of her generation.

 

For those who would prefer not to read aloud, there will be readers present who can share audience members’ chosen passages on their behalf.

 

Remembering Toni Morrison – Shared Readings in Celebration of Toni Morrison’s Life and Work

Thursday 5 September, 6.30pm

Clare Studio, Young Vic

The event will last approximately 90mins.

FREE, but ticketed.

Tickets available online from the Young Vic website from 12noon on Tuesday 13 August:

youngvic.org/whats-on/remembering-toni-morrison

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