Terry Waite is an English humanitarian and author who came to prominence when in 1987 he was kidnapped and held hostage for nearly five years by a Lebanese terrorist group, the first four years of which were in solitary confinement.
The first half of the evening will comprise a time of reflections on Terry Waite’s life. After an interval there will be a time for audience questions followed by an opportunity to purchase three of his books; Taken on Trust,an account of his time in captivity, and two more recent books Out of the Silence and Solitude.
Book purchase(cash only) and signing opportunity: proceeds to a collection of charities supported by Terry Waite.
Tickets purchase (cash only)
- from Friday September 14th to Friday September 21st, 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. at ‘The F Word Exhibition, Stories of Forgiveness’, at St Peter’s Church.
- from Saturday 22nd September onwards during opening hours at the Shire Hall Historic Courthouse Museum, High West Street, Dorchester.
- on Wednesday 14th November, tickets on the door from 6.30 p.m. subject to availability.
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