Humanitarian and author Terry Waite opens the Festival with an incredible evening of discussion on his latest book, Solitude: Memories, People, Places. After enduring 1,763 days in captivity, Terry learned a great deal about solitude. Since his release in 1991, he has been drawn to investigate the power of solitude in the lives of others, resulting in this haunting collection of essays that explores the concept in all its forms.

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