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Fri 12 March 2010
At the end of William Fiennes’ bestselling and award-winning debut, The Snow Geese, Fiennes returns from a long journey and leaves the reader as he walks up the drive to his family home, Broughton Castle.
Here, in The Music Room, he leads us in to the heart of that home. Bursting with tender detail and combining quiet humour, tactful pathos and wisdom, The Music Room is a sensuous and deeply moving tribute to place, memory and the permanence of love. Join William as he discusses the book and talks about his childhood growing up in awe of his epileptic brother, Richard. He is the recipient of the Somerset Maugham Award and was the Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year.
A buffet lunch is available in our restaurant from 12 noon. Please make your restaurant reservation when you book your tickets.
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