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Friends at 25: Why a sitcom from the 1990s still matters
Join Dr Simone Knox as she examines the television phenomenon, and tries to answer the question: Why is Friends still so popular?
Associate Professor of Film & Television Simone Knox, from the University of Reading, and co-author of Friends: A Reading of the Sitcom, invites you to join her to celebrate the 25th anniversary of arguably one of the most culturally important television series ever made.
‘Friends at 25… ‘ will aim to answer the burning questions: why was Monica’s apartment purple? Why was Brad Pitt’s guest performance so bad? And why is a sitcom from the 1990s still able to attract millions of viewers today?
Could we BE any more excited?!
6.30pm: Doors open
7pm: Talk by Professor Simone Knox
7.40pm: Q&A session with audience