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The Borgias Sarah Dunant Thursday 04 April 2019

to be held at the Best Western Passage House Hotel, Kingsteignton

12.30 to 2.00   Three course lunch with coffee/tea in restaurant

2.15 to 3.30  The Borgias

Price for day with three course lunch. coffee and mints   £38

Writer, broadcaster and critic. Sarah was a founding vice patron of the Orange Prize for women's fiction, sits on the editorial board of the Royal Academy magazine, and reviews for The Times, The Guardian, and The Independent on Sunday. She teaches creative writing at The Faber Academy in London and biennially at Washington University in St. Louis in its Renaissance studies course. She is also a creative writing fellow at Oxford Brookes University. Lives in London and Florence.

Sarah Dunant (Blood and Beauty, In the Name of the Family) reveals all in this stunning illustrated lecture drawn from her sparkling Renaissance novels.

Sarah's recent series on History for BBC Radio 4, called  'When Greeks Flew Kites' is available on podcast or listen again: