The prospect of an evening with Dave Walker will fill some with dread, but in case there are any who would like to see me talking and hear me showing diagrams there is an opportunity to do so in a week or two.
From 7.30pm on Tuesday 21 June I will be speaking with illustrations at St Saviour’s Westcliff, near Southend, Essex (map). It is free and you are welcome to turn up. It is easily reachable by train from London – takes about an hour.
This is probably the only talk I am doing this year as I have said no to everyone else. I don’t know precisely what I will be talking about but it will be a bit about my work and a bit explaining the church. Some new drawings will be included. If this doesn’t fill the evening I will sing some songs (joke). The occasion is the St Saviour’s Centenary year. Catch it while you can as I am not available for the bicentenary. If cartoons aren’t your thing there is a male voice choir in July.
Cards and books will be on sale and I have a strong suspicion that tea will be served.
It would be lovely to see you if you can make it.