In conversation with Frank Gardner, George Butler and Sir Timothy Ackroyd
Frank Gardner, BBC Security Correspondent interviews George Butler about his time spent drawing in Syria. The drawings, done in situ, some of which will be for sale on the night are of refugees and children; field hospitals and old battle scenes describe a different perspective of a horrific war through a once common but now unusual method.
Sir Timothy Ackroyd will be reading several pieces; poems and prose in conjunction with the work. Asking the question whether modern day war reporting gives us an accurate account of the situation?
Place: Asia House, 63 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 7LP
Event ends: 20.00
Cost: £10 Non-Member, £8 Concessions, £6 Asia House Friends
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Tel. +44(0)207 307 5454
In conversation with @FrankRGardner, George Butler and Sir Timothy Ackroyd @asiahouseuk Oct 1st. Get your tickets now http://t.co/m58O0hfgip
— Sir Timothy Ackroyd (@Sirtimackroyd) August 6, 2013
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