Saturday 25 September, 6:30pm, £50
Join Caryn Mandabach (producer of PEAKY BLINDERS) and Alan Yentob in a conversation celebrating the power of storytelling at Messums Wiltshire, in aid of the KHULA Education.
This year KHULA Education, supported by the David Rattray Foundation, are launching a new programme in KwaZulu-Natal which will encourage the older school children to tell their own stories orally. It will be a way for them to improve their confidence, their presentation skills and hopefully, over time, be a way to bring in revenue to the community through tourism.
To celebrate this launch in the UK we have invited Caryn Mandabach, whose production company produces and owns the BAFTA winning drama PEAKY BLINDERS, and Alan Yentob to host an evening celebrating the power of storytelling.
Join us for an inspiring conversation, a chance to view the Elisabeth Frink exhibition ‘Man is an Animal’ and a drink with friends.
Profits from the evening are in aid of KHULA Education, supported by the David Rattray Foundation.