Jane Austen: “Manners are more important than laws”: Edmund Burke
The 18th Century was a period of momentous change; societal ideas, attitudes and behaviour made seismic shifts. In the midst of this, Jane Austen exploited the novel as a tool for stability. Join us for this enriching talk by English teacher and co-founder of the Surbiton Summer Salons with musical examples from Charles MacDougall and Robert Mingay-Smith.
£12 (early bird) / £15