Orca’s not a fan of all those old-timey writers and their stylistics but the time-period is rather fascinating, isn’t it? And the setup looks nice and quirky as well, so let’s have a peek at what Inara’s found there at The Dickens Project sneek preview:
The 2019 edition of The Dickens Project formally opens its doors on Sunday, December 1st, 2019, ready to offer a month long celebration of the Christmas / holiday season and the life and works of Charles Dickens in Victorian England. Centred upon a series of reading of what is perhaps his most popular novel – and one which still resonates with meaning today – A Christmas Carol, the Dickens Project present a full region of events and immersive activities for visitors to enjoy.
To summarise the Project, one could bullet-point it as including:
- Over 60 hours of live music, spoken word, dance events and performances.
- Self-selectable interactive elements, including:
- The “Urchins in Dickens’ London” role-play/game/experience, and opportunities for both RP and Non-RP guests.
- The Story Path: an audio-assisted walk through the Project…
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