Julian of Norwich and the Voices in our Heads

with Charles Fernyhough

Saturday 21 May
2.30pm

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE LIFT AT DRAGON HALL IS CURRENTLY OUT OF ORDER AND ACCESS TO THE GREAT HALL FOR THESE EVENTS IS BY STAIRS ONLY.
If you have any queries about this please contact the Writers' Centre on 01603 877177.

Norfolk residents Julian of Norwich and Margery Kempe each proclaimed to have heard the voice of God. In recording their experiences they became two of the most important writers in the English language. How have we come to see voices in our heads as a sign of madness? Acclaimed writer and psychologist Charles Fernyhough will draw upon research for his book The Voices Within to lead a discussion on how words weave together in our consciousness.

The Voices Within was hand-picked by The Guardian as one of 'The best non-fiction for 2016'

Julian of Norwich and the Voices in Our Heads is part of our City of Literature Weekend

Find out more about all the events happening here

Event runs c. 60 mins (no interval)

Visit Charles Fernyhough's website here