The World of Jane Austen's "Sense & Sensibility" - with Tea Service
Join us for a discussion on Jane Austen's first published work: "Sense and Sensibility." Indulge in a catered British tea - complete with tea, fine china, sandwiches and cakes - and learn about the author and her life, the Georgian era in which she lived, the book's themes and characters, and why Austen's novels remain relevant to this day.
The event ends with scenes from the play "Sense and Sensibility," performed by member actors of the Nashua Theatre Guild, who will perform the entire play the weekend of October 11. Attendees will receive a special discount on tickets to see the play the weekend of October 11.
Casual dress welcome, but wearing of Regency-style dress and/or Sunday hat/bonnet encouraged!
Registration required. Due to catering requirements, registration is very limited, so sign up early. Registration opens Monday, September 9.
At left: Jane Austen's house in Chawton, a village in East Hampshire located in the county of Hampshire, in the South East region of England. This is the house where Austen wrote all her novels, including "Sense and Sensibility."
- Saturday, September 28, 2019
- 1:00pm - 3:00pm
- Community Room
- Rodgers Memorial Library