Literature at Lunchtime: Breakfast at Tiffany's by Truman Capote

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26th October 2010 - 12 noon

Venue: Loughborough Town Hall

Known to most of us as a successful film, come and hear what this novel is really about. Capote was angered by the sanitisation in the film of this rich and dark novella. Despite its 1940s New York gloss this is more a Henry James story, with a glamorous veneer covering the germ of tragedy. Come and meet the real Holly Golightly, like Capote a 'hick' from Alabama, trying to survive in a big bad world.

Season Ticket: Buy a ticket for all four lectures in the season for £20 and save £4 off the full price and £2 off the concession price. The Season Ticket is available from the Box Office only on 01509 231914. The other Literature at Lunchtime lectures are on 28 September, 30 November and 14 December.

No booking fee is charged for Literature at Lunchtime shows for cash transactions only.

This event takes place in the Victoria Room.

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