Alan Bennett, reading some of his prose

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Lyttelton Theatre, National Theatre, Southbank, London 51.506814 -0.114304
Dates & Time:
6 PM to 6.45 PM
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£5, from nationaltheatre.org.uk
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The celebrated playwright Alan Bennett will be reading from his new collection of prose, 'Keeping On Keeping On', which reflects on his collaboration with Nicholas Hytner, a comic radio play, plus his diaries from 2005 to 2015

There won't be a booksigning, but pre-signed copies will be available to buy from the NT bookshop.

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