Dr Julia Daniel to give lecture on T. S. Eliot as part of Gloucester 400+ celebrations

As part of the celebrations commemorating the 400th anniversary of the settlement of Gloucester, Massachusetts, Dr Julia Daniel will give a lecture entitled ‘Water, Rock, Memory: T. S. Eliot’s Gloucester’ on Saturday 16th September 2023. T. S. Eliot treasured his childhood memories of the Gloucester seascape, where freedom and loss, human and nature, home and elsewhere mingled in tidal pools and wide waters coloured with nostalgia. READ

f r a g m e n t s : The Waste Land 2022, a celebration

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of T. S. Eliot’s masterpiece The Waste Land, the Eliot Estate has commissioned DoranBrowne Arts Imagineers to curate f r a g m e n t s, a six day festival featuring multiple diverse performances in 22 unique and extraordinarily intimate late-medieval churches, many just a short walk from each other across the City of London inspired by themes and images from the poem. READ

2021 T. S. Eliot Society (UK) Lecture

The T. S. Eliot Society (UK) Annual Lecture will take place in Oxford on Monday 15 November 2021. The lecture, entitled “T. S. Eliot’s Liberalism”, will be given by Seamus Perry in the award-winning T. S. Eliot Theatre in Merton College, Oxford. READ

Ralph Fiennes stages Four Quartets

Ralph Fiennes will tour UK theatres this year with his one-man staging of T. S. Eliot’s Four Quartets. The T. S. Eliot Estate are delighted to support and grant permission for this co-production by Theatre Royal Bath and the Royal & Derngate in Northampton. READ

2020 T. S. Eliot Lecture with Edna O’Brien

Edna O’Brien will deliver this year’s T. S. Eliot Lecture on Eliot and Joyce on her birthday, 15th December. The Leap is the fifth in a series of lectures inspired by T. S. Eliot’s impact on modern literature presented by the Abbey Theatre and the T. READ

2019 T. S. Eliot Society (UK) Lecture

Hannah Sullivan is to give this year’s Annual T. S. Eliot Lecture in Oxford on Thursday 28th November at 5:30pm. The title of the lecture is T. S. Eliot and the Art of Abandonment. 

Dr Hannah Sullivan is Associate Professor and Tutorial Fellow at New College, Oxford.  READ