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13 October 2019

Durham Book Festival 2019

A romantic drama set in the 1950s in which a young woman on a visit to her native Ireland from New York must decide in which country and with which man she will spend the rest of her life. Adapted by Nick Hornby from the novel by Colm Tóibín.

The film is introduced by the novel’s author, Colm Tóibín, who will precede the film with a talk on the novel. Book for both the Colm Tóibín talk and film and pay just £13 (£12 concession).

Gala Theatre and Cinema
Millennium Place

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