SO:To Speak – reading Jane Austen


Uploaded 23 July 2015

SO:To Speak, Southampton’s first Festival of Words runs for 10 days from Friday, 23rd October – and here are some people reading from chapter 34 of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. She lived in Southampton between 1806 and 1809, don’t you know.

The video is by corporate video specialists, Broken Physics and the people in order of appearance are:
Captain Allwyn D’souza of the Red Falcon
Sandy Comaish, Cleaning Company Owner
Ismail Yorulmaz, Shop Manager
Cllr. Satvir Kaur, Southampton City Council
Pam Manger, Retired NHS Manager
Malcolm Dalrymple, Trombonist
Berni Edwards, Bassoonist
Peter Flanagan, Composer
Alison Kirby, Senior Librarian
Grant Sharkey, Musical Troublemaker
Jani Franck of The Arthouse
Matt West, Poet
Pat Muldowney of The Joiners
Sean McGowan, Singer/Songwriter
Peter Lloyd, Head of School of Art and Design
Noel Lieghio, Electrician
Len Pinnick, Former Roofer
Sally Taylor, TV Presenter
Tony Meader, Volunteer
Gary Benetton, Club Owner
Jay, Mike and Julian of Massive Monster
Laurie Barriol of Inspire EU
Yasmin Zaman, Yoga Teacher
LST, Urban Storyteller
Sally Ann Belward, NHS Physiotherapist
Stewart Dunn, CEO Hampshire Chamber of Commerce
Lucas Sherman, Skateboarder
Neil Perry, Fireman
Ally Hicks, Fireman

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