Afternoon Talk at Brentford Library

Refugee Tales told in a Canterbury Tales style

Refugee Tales

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Refugee Tales is an outreach program of the Gatwick Welfare Detainees Group. Refugee Tales is a charity and also the name of a book published in 2016, which features real life testimonies from people who have fled their own country and sought refuge in ours. Using the "Canterbury Tales" theme of journeys, leading novelists and poets turned these testimonies into a series of modern day tales, including The Lorry Driver's Tale, The Detainee's Tale and The Dependent's Tale.

Join in an afternoon talk led by a member of the Refugee Tales Charity, hear more about their walk of 2017 and the free community event at Evolution Montessori School in July.

Refugee Tales takes place on Monday 8th May, 2.30-3.30 at Brentford Library. Admission Free. Advance booking is required.

Brentford Library

Boston Manor Road. TW8 8DW.
Monday 9.30am-8pm, Tuesday 9.30am-5.30pm, Wednesday Closed, Thursday 9.30am-8pm, Friday Closed, Saturday 9.30am-5.30pm, Sunday Closed.
Tel: 020 8560 8801



April 27, 2017

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