London Literature Festival: Women's Prize Shortlist Readings  

 
 

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This evening of readings and discussion with the six authors shortlisted for the 2013 Women's Prize for Fiction (previously the Orange Prize) at the South Bank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall is part of the London Literature Festival.

 

About Southbank Centre: Queen Elizabeth Hall

Queen Elizabeth Hall is the second largest concert hall at Southbank Centre, presenting a diverse programme that covers the whole range of music and performing arts. The Royal Festival Hall's smaller sister venue Queen Elizabeth Hall ensures that even when there is a long-running show, the Southbank Centre can have almost nightly performances by world-class orchestras. More about Southbank Centre: Queen Elizabeth Hall

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