• 4 July 2018
  • 2:30 – 3:00 pm
  • Part of Bedford Square Festival
  • Paul Mellon Centre

A spoken word and photographic image event by Elizabeth Heery and Martine La Roche

A reading by the author of ‘Reflections on the River Thames in London’. A short piece of creative writing, retelling aural histories in the first person of the river, supported by visual images, with photography by Martine La Roche. Followed by a question and answer session with the writer and photographer.

Elizabeth Heery is an actress and writer who trained at Guildhall and The Royal Court Young Writers Group. She has written drama for ITV, Channel 4, BBC, and Radio 4. She is also an award winning short story writer. Martine La Roche is a photographer, specialising in landscape, portraiture, and figurative. Roche-Heery Creatives have worked on various projects themed around the river Thames, from Bermondsey to Shepperton.

This event is part of Bedford Square Festival 4 July - 7 July 2018


The aim of the Bedford Square Festival was to promote the culture based around a London Square, sharing this with our neighbours in Bloomsbury and beyond. We wanted to open the doors of the grand facades of the buildings in the Square and celebrate the culture that we pride ourselves on - art, literature, architecture, history, education, and more!

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