One of the darkest and most romantic of Dickens’ novels, A Tale of Two Cities was adapted for the stage by the dream-team of Terence Rattigan and John Gielgud, and now gets its world premiere in a daring production by King’s Head Theatre artistic director Adam Spreadbury-Maher. In a time when governments all over the [...]
Dickens London is a blog devoted to celebrating the life and works of Charles Dickens. In particular, we aim to explore the connections between Dickens and the city of London. Dickens lived much of his life in London and described the grimy glory of the city in the 19th Century in many of his classic novels.
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A new exhibition will be investigate the underbelly of Victorian London. The exhibition entitled “The Underground Edition” will feature original artwork, textile, sound art and the written word to tell the secret histories of those outside of society in the age of Dickens. Without doubt a topic Dickens would have approved of, and a suitable [...]