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Dead Poets Live: Emily Dickinson

"Though I read and teach Emily Dickinson constantly, I remain a bewildered idolator, struggling to understand her enigmatic sublimities. Together with Emerson, Whitman and Henry James, she seems to me America's highest achievement in thought and the arts. At her strongest, she has something in her lyrics that recalls the swiftness and compression of Shakespeare's mind." - Harold Bloom.

Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) wrote nearly 1800 short poems: epigrammatic, metaphysical, tragic, funny, touching, terrifying...and her correspondence matches the complexity and artfulness of her lyrics. Using letters, poems and analysis, Dead Poets Live will dramatise the life and work of this mysterious, unknowable and unique genius.

Dead Poets Live have established a cult following at The Coronet Theatre for their dramatised readings of classic poetry, attracting some of Britain’s finest actors including Charlotte Rampling, Miranda Richardson and Tom Hiddleston. All proceeds from their evenings go to the charity Safe Passage.

 

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General Information

Performance:

Sun 16 Feb, 7:00pm

Auditorium

Tickets:

£30, £25

Concessions available

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Presented by Dead Poets Live

Devised and supported by T. S. Eliot Foundation