Literature at Lunch

Aldous Huxley - Brave New World

With its title taken from The Tempest, this is Huxley’s projection of a future in which individuality cannot find a place. Written in 1931, this future dystopia is becoming more and more a probability!

30th Jan

Literature at Lunchtime: Brave New World

With Dr Jane Mackay

  • Literature
  • Unreserved Seating


Book four or more talks for £5.50 each. Bookings can only be made with Box Office on 0116 233 3111

Lectures start at 12.30pm and last approximately one hour in the Victoria Suite. Places are limited, and available on a first come, first served basis. Please book early to guarantee your place.