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Regular meeting venue: Meetings are held on Wednesdays (mostly) in the Belmont Cinema from 7-9 pm. 
Contact: Eric Summers, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Aberdeen is the only Scottish Branch, but we are proud of Dickens’s strong Scottish connections, through his wife, his friends and his frequent trips north.  He spoke in Aberdeen twice in 1858 and 1866.  We hosted the Annual International Conference in 2016.  This was only the third time the Conference has been held in Scotland.  Little Doric is our online newsletter/journal.  It is published three times a year.  Please contact Eric Summers if you would like to be added to our mailing list

Aberdeen Dickens Fellowship 2022-23

18 January Felicity Loughlin Unitarianism

15 February Tony Williams ‘Dust and Dolls, Drowning and Disguise, Declining and Falling Off’: Reflections in and on Our Mutual Friend.

15March Malcom Andrews: A medley of readings from Our Mutual Friend

12 April TBA

17 May Summers Collins & Scotland (TBC)

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