Emma Freud is Director of Red Nose Day, having started at Comic Relief stuffing envelopes 25 years ago. She was co-creator of the Make Poverty History Campaign, a producer of the Live 7 concerts and was awarded an OBE in 2011.
Freud is also a columnist for BBC Good Food, The Telegraph, and Tatler, a reporter for BBC Radio 4 and a presenter of National Theatre Live. In 2016, she won the Glamour Magazine 'Columnist Of The Year' award for her articles on living in New York.
For the last 20 years, she's script edited or co-produced the films made by Richard Curtis, including Four Weddings and a Funeral, Bridget Jones’ Diary, Notting Hill, Love Actually and About Time. She'd quite like a little lie down.
For ages 16+
Copies of Nadiya Hussain’s new book, Finding My Voice (RRP £20) are available for £15 when you buy a ticket to the talk. These may be collected at the event.
Southbank Centre takes a strong view on secondary ticketing. We require the lead booker to attend (photo ID may be requested). Tickets can only be resold by Southbank Centre or one of its authorised agents.
Nadiya Hussain is signing books after the event.
This talk is Speech-to-Text transcribed (STT).