The director of Wolf Hall will discuss making the BBC drama and other highlights from his career in a free public event hosted by Bournemouth University and the Royal Television society (RTS).
Peter Kosminsky will talk about the making of Wolf Hall, which looked at Thomas Cromwell’s rise to power during the reign of Henry VIII, in conversation with Gordon Cooper, Chair of the RTS Southern Centre.
Peter will also discuss his career to date, which includes making several critically-acclaimed dramas that ask difficult questions - including The Government Inspector, about the death of Dr David Kelly, and The Promise, about the Arab-Israeli conflict.
The event takes place on Thursday April 30 at the Executive Business Centre, on Holdenhurst Road, from 6.30pm.
Refreshments will be provided and there will be a Question and Answer session following the talk.
Tickets are free, but must be booked in advance via the Eventbrite page.