Wed, 24 Jul|
In 2023 Caroline won the New Angle Prize for Literature with The Captain’s Apprentice: Ralph Vaughan Williams and the Story of a Folk Song.
Time & Location
24 Jul 2024, 19:30
Ipswich Institute, 15 Tavern St, Ipswich IP1 3AA, UK
About the Event
Caroline Davison is a Norfolk-based writer and musician who worked for thirty years in the heritage and conservation sectors. Her novel, The Pleasure Garden, was published in 2006 and her children’s book, The By-Mistake Guide to Norfolk in 2012. In 2023 Caroline won the biennial New Angle Prize for Literature with her non-fiction book The Captain’s Apprentice: Ralph Vaughan Williams and the Story of a Folk Song. The book explores the significant visit Ralph Vaughan Williams made to King’s Lynn in 1905 and was serialised as a Radio 4 Book of the Week. As partners with the NAP we are especially delighted to welcome Caroline to talk about this fascinating, critically-acclaimed book which encompasses folk song, biography and social history.
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