Wednesday 30th September

Film – Capote
Wednesday, 30 September, 10.30am and 1.45pm, Havant Arts Centre
Philip Seymour Hoffman stars in this critically acclaimed account of Truman Capote’s creation of his seminal work, In Cold Blood. This screening takes place on what would have been Truman Capote’s 85th birthday.
Tickets: £4.50 Concessions £3.80
Box Office: 023 9247 2700 / www.havantartscentre.co.uk

Debate: “This House Believes the Book is Dead”
Wednesday, 30 September, 2.30pm, Havant Council Chamber
Students from Havant College will support, oppose and debate this controversial motion, with contributions and a final vote from the general public. Introduced and chaired by the Mayor of Havant, Councillor Jackie Branson. Everybody welcome, free entry.

The Arthur Conan Doyle Collection
Wednesday, 30 September, 5pm, Nineveh
A talk by Michael Gunton of Portsmouth City Museum on the Arthur Conan Doyle Collection.
Tickets: £3
Box Office: 023 9247 2700 / www.havantartscentre.co.uk

Best of Enemies – Britain and Germany
Wednesday, 30 September, 7pm, Waterlooville Library
Author Richard Milton talks about his book, Best of Enemies: Britain and Germany – Truth and Lies in Two World Wars and examines the extraordinary relationship between these two countries – the closest of allies united by royal blood lines and trade interests who subsequently became the bitterest of enemies. Richard will also explore the fascinating propaganda war, in which every leading author of the day became embroiled.
Tickets for this event are available from Waterlooville Library
Books available for sale and signing

Arthur Conan Doyle in Portsmouth
Wednesday 30 September, 7pm, The Brookfield Hotel, Emsworth
A talk with popular local historian, Madeleine Selby, about Arthur Conan Doyle’s time in Portsmouth, where he established himself as a doctor and created an entirely new kind of fictional character – a gentleman detective by the name of Sherlock Holmes.
Tickets: £4
Box Office: 023 9247 2700 / www.havantartscentre.co.uk
Tickets for this event are also on sale at The Brookfield Hotel

Film – Capote
Wednesday, 30 September, 8pm, The Spring (formerly Havant Arts Centre)
Philip Seymour Hoffman stars in this critically acclaimed account of Truman Capote’s creation of his seminal work, In Cold Blood. This screening takes place on what would have been Truman Capote’s 85th birthday.
Tickets: £4.50 Concessions £3.80
Box Office: 023 9247 2700 / www.havantartscentre.co.uk

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