An Evening with Jimmy McGovern, talking Time with Erwin James and Kate Bramhall
Following the recent success of the BBC prison drama ‘Time’, we hear from the show’s creator Jimmy McGovern and writer, Erwin James, as they put life in prison under the spotlight and pose the question … is there the possibility of rehabilitation? And how could prison life be changed to make that more likely?
We’ll show clips from ‘Time’ and read from Erwin’s moving and powerful memoir, Redeemable.
This session will be hosted by Kate Bramhall from The Reader’s criminal justice team that has been reading with men and women living in prison for over a decade.
This event is available both in person and online. If you choose an online ticket, your session will take place on Zoom.
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