Recitals of 'Rime of the Ancient Mariner'

An exhibition of paintings inspired by Coleirdge – particularly the ‘Rime of the Ancient Mariner’ – has been open in Highgate for the past couple of months, and is likely to be closing soon.

The exhibition has been lent some of Coleridge’s letters for display – beautifully presented. One in particular concerns his drug supply, and the day in 1824 when he stood on the corner of Townsend’s Yard (London N6) and watched as Lord Byron’s cortege passed by on its way to Hucknall in Nottinghamshire.

The exhibition organisers (Andrea Diaz Enciso – a respected Mexican poet/novelist, and Patricio Bosich – a Chilean artist, both resident in London) have arranged for recitals of the ‘Ancient Mariner’ on Sunday January 15 in the gallery at 3 Highgate Hill, London N6. One is due to be given at 4,00 pm, and the other at 7.00 pm.

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