Margaret Drabble on Doris Lessing
National Portrait Gallery, 7pm
Novelist and short story writer Margaret Drabble discusses the ethics of portraiture, the public versus the private image, the defining of character in paint and prose, and the many faces of Doris Lessing.
This event is part of 'Portraits of Writers', a series of talks in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery, to coincide with the exhibition 'On Paper: Portraits of Writers', which will run in the Gallery until February 2013.
To book tickets for events in this series, please visit the National Portrait Gallery website, or call 020 7306 0055.
Tickets for RSL members and National Portrait Gallery Supporters are £4 (£5 for the public).
National Portrait Gallery, St Martin’s Place, London WC2H 0HE