Every year on ‘a Wednesday in mid-June’, the RSL celebrates the work and legacy of Virginia Woolf. On Wednesday 17 June, our first ever virtual Dalloway Day will feature online panel discussions, a writing workshop, a book club, an aural walking tour and a BBC broadcast.

Our full-day programme, 97 years after the Wednesday of Clarissa Dalloway’s party, explores the relevance of Woolf’s work in lockdown, and investigates what her words still do to challenge and interrogate attitudes to class, race, mental health and sexuality.

All events are free to attend, though some are limited to RSL Members, and you can see the whole programme plus wider resources here.