Cricklereaders October Meeting

The book chosen for October’s meeting is Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro.  Born in Nagasaki, Japan, in 1954, Kazuo Ishiguro moved to Britain at the age of five. He is a multi-award-winning author, including the Nobel and Booker Prizes. The Remains of the Day and Never Let Me Go were both made into successful feature films, bringing his work to an even wider audience. Despite his lofty position as a literary author, his works are accessible and very human. Klara and the Sun was described by The Sunday Times as “A masterpiece of great beauty, meticulous control and, as ever, clear, simple prose.”

We will be meeting at the library before this next meeting to view the space and decide collectively whether to hold the next meeting there or continue on Zoom. If you would like to join, please email cricklereaders@cricklewoodlibrary.org.uk.

New play by local author Michelle Inniss

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Local author Michelle Inniss has been writing for some time and has had several short stories published. She’s a mother of two, works as a teaching assistant and is completing an MA. She’s lived in Cricklewood for around 15 years. Cathy Tyson keeps thanking her for writing the play, which is based on an a personal experience.

Cathy was so committed to the play that together with Michelle and the director Cara Nolan she founded the production company, Pitch Lake Productions. Preparations started in March, when they kick started the performance with a week long dramaturgy workshop at Clean Break in Kentish Town alongside writer Trish Cooke and actress Jen Daley.

You can buy tickets here: Stratford Circus Box Office