Charlotte Gringras

Location: Altrincham, Greater Manchester
About me...

I am a teacher by profession and returned to academe twelve years ago, gaining an MA, at Manchester University’s Centre for Jewish studies. I have served on two different Sacres, (Standing advisory committees for Religious Education) in Bolton and Trafford and am a member of the Altrincham Interfaith group, writing regularly for the local newspaper, The Altrincham Messenger’s ‘Thought for the Week’.

About my talks...

I am experienced speaker whose talks are light, entertaining and informative, peppered with anecdotes both from my writing and my own life. The talks don’t involve power point but I sometimes bring hand-outs, memorabilia or artefacts to illustrate my stories. For this reason I do like a lectern which leaves my hands free and a mic., with a roving one for audience questions too, if possible.

Fee:

Fee: £50 if  no more than 10 miles from Altrincham

Over 10 miles away? To be discussed with the bookings organiser, please contact me.

My Contact Details:
Phone:

0161 942 9797

1. My Two Novels Have Their Own Stories to Tell

1.Gringras

Novelist Charlotte Gringras will describe how her novels, ‘The Purple Rose’ published in 2012 and ‘Not in our Hands’ published this year, 2015 have taken on a life of their own, using amusing anecdotes and extracts.

2. My Writing Journey Has Taken Me From Lancashire to Umbria – Why and How?

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Charlotte’s novels, ‘The Purple Rose’ and ‘Not in our Hands’ take the reader from Manchester to Perugia and in her talk, she will take you with her.[With memorabilia]

3. Unravelling the Threads

3.Unravelling the Threads

Drawing on her writing and her life, Charlotte Gringras will describe in a entertaining way, how and why threads of Jewish life and history are woven into her novels, ‘The Purple Rose’ and ‘Not in our Hands’. [May be handouts]

4. Suffragettes and Spaghetti - What is the Connection?

4.Scrapuffragetes & spaghetti.

Illustrated by some of Charlotte’s writing: her two novels, poetry and regular pieces for the Altrincham Messenger, she will expose some of the mysteries for you, in a light hearted way. [With printed handouts and displayed objects]