Jane Austen and Marriage – Fact or Fiction Talk with Light Supper
We celebrate the life of the world renowned English author Jane Austen on the 200th Anniversary of her death.
Join Marilyn Joice, of The Northern Branch of the Jane Austen Society, and an expert on this World renowned author, in this fascinating literary talk while enjoying a Light Supper in the magnificent Ball Room
The talk uncovers Jane Austen’s own romantic experiences, the situation of married and unmarried women in that period, and focussing particularly on women of Jane Austen’s social class, with a look at how she portrays marriage in the novels, sometimes linking back to the factual part of the talk.
£35 per person | 7pm start
Tickets available from shop.barnsley-museums.com
All profits will be split between the Jane Austen Society North & Barnsley Museums & Heritage Trust (registered charities)
Special Offer: Book this talk and Fanny Price and Emma Woodhouse Literary Talk with Regency Afternoon Tea for a special price of only £60.