The Belle of Amherst at Arkadia on 17.10 at 4pm, 22.10 at 6pm, 23.10 at 6pm and 10.11 at 6pm

Dear friend of Arkadia,


Our good friends Adrian Goldman and Rebecca Clamp are putting on a production of The Belle of Amherst next month. Staged in Arkadia bookshop, this unique play has a limited run – so book your seat asap.

17.10 at 4pm: Fully booked

22.10 at 6pm: Fully booked

23.10 at 6pm: Fully booked

10.11 at 6pm: Fully booked

The Belle of Amherst by William Luce Directed by Adrian Goldman and starring Rebecca Clamp as Emily Dickinson. The play is based on the life of Emily Dickinson, the renowned American poet, exploring some of the events that shaped her and her poetry. Born and raised in 19th century Amherst, Massachusetts, the poet didn’t live the reclusive life that legend describes. The play is not a biography, however, but exploration and celebration of an artist and her work.   There is limited seating: please reserve your place through the Arkadia Bookshop website and please arrive 30 minutes prior to performance to claim your seat. Admission is free, but a donation of €5 to cover performance rights, programme, refreshments etc. would be delightfully welcome!