7 December 2010
Intimate Evenings is a series of special fundraising events for the Freud Museum London. It brings leading thinkers and writers of our time to the unique setting of Sigmund Freud's last home.
The first in this extraordinary series sees celebrated author Will Self on the couch. For this intimate appearance, Self turns his pungent wit and satirical gaze on Freud and psychoanalysis. Psycho-geographer meets the inventor of psychoanalysis...
This is a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with one of the UK's foremost contemporary writers and help the Freud Museum in the process.
Lisa Appignanesi, writer and broadcaster, author of Mad, Bad and Sad, will introduce the evening. She is the President of English PEN and chair of the Freud Museum London.
The Freud Museum's central function is to celebrate the life, work and legacy of Sigmund and Anna Freud. Fundraising is essential to help this small independent museum protect its collections and maintain its ambitious programme of development, exhibitions and events. Please join us tonight, and support the Freud Museum in carrying out its work.