An Evening with C.S.Lewis

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 234 Spring Garden St Easton PA 18042  See map

Trinity Episcopal Church in Easton Pennsylvania to host  British actor David Payne and his recreation of  An Evening with C.S. Lewis, March 2, 2012 at 7:00 PM.  Trinity Church is located in downtown Easton on 234 Spring Garden Street between Second and Third Streets.   Tickets are $20.00.  Groups of 8 or more and student ticket prices are $15.00.  Tickets are available on the website, www.trinityeaston.org.


 An Evening with C. S. Lewis takes you into the unique world of a British author, C.S. Lewis.   Lewis’ writings spanned a broad range of subjects and continue to be popular.  He is best known   for his classic children’s series- The Chronicles of Narnia.  His academic books still remain essential reading for students of English literature and he is known as one of the 20th century’s foremost Christian writers.


An Evening with C S Lewis recreates an informal talk to a group of American writers who are visiting England in 1963. They have come to Lewis’ home, just outside of Oxford, and are eagerly anticipating hearing the man who has become a legend in his own lifetime.   They are not disappointed.   Despite his failing health, Lewis is in great form.    His audience is spellbound as, with a display of oratory and humor that made him one of England’s most famous public speakers, he recounts the significant events and the people that shaped his life.


David Payne is a British actor who has gained a considerable reputation for his portrayals of the famous author C.S. Lewis.   He has played Lewis in a number of productions of Shadowlands, in his self-penned Weep for Joy and in numerous presentations of his much acclaimed one-man show, An Evening with C.S. Lewis.

For more information call Peg Gerns at 610-657-3657 or go to our website www.trinityeaston.org.


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