Dickens Goes Astray

Art & Culture


A unique evening of interactive performance and interpretation exploring the biggest scandal in the life of Charles Dickens – his keeping of a secret mistress. She is the shadowy figure in Dickens’s life, the woman who shared the last thirteen years before his early death. His biographers tried to erase her, their letters to each other were burned, but still the story of Charles Dickens and Ellen Ternan could not be obliterated from history.
Join us as we unravel the mysteries, intrigue and deception surrounding the writer’s hidden life with Ellen Ternan…
Presented by the Dickens Museum.
To book your place email danni@houseofwolf.co.uk For info on the Charles Dickens Museum click HERE
Wednesday November 7th
Free entry. start 7pm
Part of the House of Wolf series.
House of Wolf – a multi-functional, multi-sensory experimental pleasure palace, dedicated to the creative pursuits of dining, drinking, art and entertainment – open on Islington's Upper Street in London, runs a series of midweek talks and classes on anything from astronomy to technology will keep the grey matter ticking over until the weekend.