A Murder of Quality
by John le Carre
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It sounds great and I would liked to have joined you on the 21st however I am going on holiday that day.
0 · July 9, 2013
It's not showing until Saturday 21st September. 4pm, tickets £10.50 in advance or £11.50 on the door. I don't imagine they'll sell out all that quickly, so perhaps if anyone wants to come we could book some seats at the end of the next meeting on 7th August (Buried in Cornwall)? Just a thought. I shall try to remember to keep an eye out to see that availability stays good.
0 · July 8, 2013
Yes, that sounds really good.
1 · July 3, 2013
Hi Yasmeen, I'd be keen on the Barbican
If anyone's interested I noticed that the Barbican are screening A Murder of Quality one Saturday in September as part of a season of John Le Carre adaptations.
Didn't get to finish reading the book, so will pop in for the next one.
0 · May 1, 2013
Not able to come this evening as am going to the theatre. Looking forward to the June meet.
Is there going to be enough room for 24 people? I wonder if we could use the upstairs room?
A catalog of excuses means I can't make next web.... my apologies.... but have put the June date in as very eager to get involved.best wishesClare
0 · April 26, 2013
No guests this visit.
0 · March 13, 2013
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