We will hold a screening of No Ordinary Passion, a film about Rory Young’s life and work on Thursday 21 September in the Hall. The film was made by Marianne Suhr and her son Max Varvill who spent many hours recording Rory’s life story following the diagnosis of his terminal illness. It contains captivating insights into his childhood, his work and influences and the design and evolution of his house.
Marianne will join us to introduce the film and give a Q&A afterwards with PM Alan Powers.
The event starts at 6.30pm and the screening will begin at 7pm.
Entry is free, no need to book. Family and friends are very welcome.
There will be a paying bar.