- By Don Dwiggins
- Posted Friday, January 14, 2011
Let’s Do Lunch With Clyde Edgerton
Put together a short list of the most beloved writers North Carolina has ever produced and the name Clyde Edgerton would almost certainly be included. The author of Raney, Killer Diller, Where Trouble Sleeps, Walking Across Egypt and many more memorable works is coming to Central Library for a book discussion on his novel Lunch at the Piccadilly. Don’t miss what’s sure to be a memorable hour of laughter, insight and reflection from the one and only Clyde Edgerton.
A light lunch will be provided, but in anticipation of high demand for this event reservations are required. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 336 460-4722. Both the lunch and Clyde Edgerton’s program at Central Library on February 3rd are free.
Central Library Auditorium
Thursday, February 3rd
12:00 - 1:00 pm
“Lunch at the Piccadilly” Clyde Edgerton at Hanesbrand Theatre
Want more of Clyde Edgerton? Enjoy Festival Stage of Winston-Salem’s production of “Lunch at the Piccadilly”, a new musical based on Clyde Edgerton’s bestselling novel of the same name. Music and lyrics for “Lunch at the Piccadilly” by Mike Craver. For more information visit www.festivalstage.org.
The Hanesbrand Theatre
Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts
209 North Spruce Street
Hanesbrand Box Office: (336) 747-1414, M-F, Noon to 6:00 pm
Online at www.festivalstage.org.