Jubilee Luncheon – Guest Speaker, Neil Titley
12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
‘Under Ken Wood – A Walk around Hampstead’:
Stories of interest and humour concerning the unique London ‘Village’.
Born in Inverness, Scotland, Neil Titley is an actor and writer. He has spent his theatrical life concentrating on solo shows and has had considerable success with his Oscar Wilde performance ‘Work is the Curse of the Drinking Classes’ which has been a hit on five continents. He is an Honorary Patron of the Wilde Society.
His play on GBS, ‘Shaw’s Corner’, has been televised in over twenty countries. He has written an encyclopaedia of Victorian stories entitled ‘The Oscar Wilde World of Gossip’, a comic guide to Hampstead called ‘Under Ken Wood’, several books of memoirs, and he contributes a regular syndicated column to the Camden New Journal, ‘Camden Victorians’. He will include a couple of stories about life on the Royal Yacht Britannia
He has one son and lives in North London.
Tickets – £32.50 includes talk and two-course lunch