Please note change of venue to
Mecumstraße 10, 40223 Düsseldorf (Bilk)
Room 208 or 209, 2nd floor
This red brick building, formerly used by Barmer, is
near the bus stop “Feuerbachstraße” on the bus routes
780, 782 and 785, which go from Heinrich-Heine-Allee
towards Erkrath, Solingen or Langenfeld. It is 350
(5 minutes) along Fruchtstraße from the metro and tram
stop “Karolingerplatz”. From the mainline station,
take tram 704 to Karolingerplatz.
Limited parking might be possible along Feuerbachstraße.
From March 26th on, meetings will start at 16:30!
Our new building closes at 18:30 on Saturday evenings.
Therefore meetings will start one hour earlier.
Virginia Woolf's unconventional relationship
Attention – change of topic!
Dr Britta Zangen talks about two female, married members of the influential Bloomsbury Group of writers and artists in the 1920's: Virginia Woolf, whose first novel was published 100 years ago next year, and Vita Sackville-West, whose gardens at Sissinghurst, Kent, are visited by many Germans today.
Room 306 (Club Room, 3rd floor), ‘Die Brücke’
Kasernenstraße 6, 40213 Düsseldorf