Re:Vision. Explore the cultural history of London.

Fri 5th May, 2017 @ 1:10pm by seedcreativenetwork

Re:Vision. Explore the cultural history of London.

The next Re:Vision event, organised by the Critical Poetics Research Group at Nottingham Trent University, will feature travel writers Dr Courtney Traub and Tim Hannigan in conversation with Dr Rebecca Butler at Broadway Cinema on 3 May. The conversation will be followed be a screening of 'London'.

Dr Courtney Truab is a writer and editor for, Paris Travel, and developer of Paris Unlocked; a collective digital narrative about the city. Tim Hannigan is a travel journalist and award-winning author of geo-historical books. They will be discussing approaches to travel writing with critic and researcher, Dr Rebecca Butler.

This discussion is followed by 'London', a French inspired psycho-geographical journey through the capital city and its cultural history. Narrated by Paul Scofield and his companion Robinson.

Re:Vision is a series of events exploring ideas about our contemporary experience through literature and film. Specially curated film screenings will follow talks with international award-winning writers and directors including Kamila Shamsie, Tom Pickard and Shamim Sarif. The aim of the series is to offer new opportunities for thinking and writing, both creatively and critically, about contemporary issues, from telecommunications and travel to nuclear futures and outer space.

The series also consists of eight themed writing workshops (up to 15 places available). The workshops are FREE to attend and will take place at Broadway on Wednesday afternoons (2.30 - 4.30pm) from 19 April to 7 June. Free tickets to the screenings are available for participants. Participants are not expected to have any prior experience of writing or knowledge of the field. They will work with specialists within a supportive workshop environment in order to produce new writing and will have the opportunity to read their work at an event on 14 June.

To find out more about becoming a participant please contact:

This series is organised by the Critical Poetics Research Group at Nottingham Trent University in association with Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, Writing East Midlands and Broadway.



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