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Watch Along of David Copperfield

There is to be a “Watch Along” of The Personal History of David Copperfield on Sunday 26 July 7pm.

It is being organised by cultural groups in and around Kings Lynn where some of the film was shot. These include Kings Lynn Museum, Time and Tide Museum in Yarmouth, Ancient House Museum in Thetford and Wisbech Museum.

You may be familiar with these Watch Along events which have been popular during Lockdown. The idea of a watch-along is to allow groups and individuals to experience a piece of media all at the same time, from their own spaces, and to discuss their thoughts and observations with each other in real time. All attendees will be pressing play at exactly 7pm and will then use special twitter hashtags to share their thoughts with the group. The tweets do not need to be send out live but can be scheduled in advance.

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