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Distinguished art historian, travel writer and broadcaster, Loyd Grossman, reflects on places he thought he knew well, but continues to find new and surprising insights.  His next book is on Paris, a city that he is now learning to know and enjoy much more intensely. Join him on this journey of rediscovery.

“I reread, not because the book could have changed, but because I have changed. Every time I read for example Anthony Powell’s Dance to the Music of Time, it seems more insightful. As with books so with places. How can you visit Rome or Berlin or London once? In such great cities you keep bumping into new and surprising things and even the familiar sites seem different because you are seeing them differently each time. Learning how to read, learning how to see and learning how to understand are constantly evolving skills.”
This talk will take place at the new state of the art Cidermill Theatre in Chipping Campden, 10 mins drive from Broadway where there is ample free parking.

Tickets £18

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