Deborah Moggach

FREE EVENT IN AFTERNOON : 2pm – 4pm in Charles Hastings Building.

Deborah will be talking exclusively to Screenwriting students about her screenwriting and film adaptations. She will be particularly focussing on Pride and Prejudice (for which she won a BAFTA), so it would be really helpful if you could have watched the film beforehand please.

EVENING EVENT FOR £1 : 6pm – 7pm in the Hive.

I have managed to get reduced tickets for any Screenwriting students who also wish to attend Deborah’s talk in the evening. You can buy tickets for just £1 from me either beforehand or on the night.

And… all on the same night – the brand new Screenwriting Monologues book will be available for purchase on the night. Free copies for the authors of course!


The novelist and screenwriter Deborah Moggach is speaking at The Hive next Thursday 17th November at 6 pm. (Please note the change of time from the Cultural Calendar entry which gives a starting time of 5.30).

Deborah is the author of 18 novels and several screenplays, including ‘Pride and Prejudice’ starring Keira Knightly, for which she was nominated for a BAFTA.

Her most famous novel is probably ‘These Foolish Things’, filmed as ‘The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’. The film of her first historical novel, ‘Tulip Fever’ is due for release in February 2017, having already been serialised on Radio 4 Extra.

Deborah is an entertaining and lively speaker who will talk about her writing, life and influences.

Tickets are £4 for students, £8 for everyone else. Please book in advance online at Tickets will not be available on the door.




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