Archaeology on the Border – Excavations at Smallhythe Place in Kent

Nathalie Cohen, National Trust Archaeologist, talks about last year’s exciting excavations at Smallhythe in Kent and throws light on what this years dig in August hopes to uncover .

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Nathalie Cohen, National Trust Archaeologist, talks about last year’s exciting excavations at Smallhythe in Kent and throws light on what this years dig in August hopes to uncover . Perhaps best known today as the former home of Victorian actress Ellen Terry and her daughter Edy Craig, during the medieval period, Smallhythe was a location for royal shipbuilding and it was also a hive of activity some 2,000 years ago.

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Event ticket prices
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The basics

Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895
Suitability
Welcome
Meeting point
The Barn Theatre
Other
The lecture is held in the Barn Theatre, seating is available. Please feel free to arrive early and enjoy the garden, children are welcome.

Contact Info

Name
Smallhythe Place
Email
smallhytheplace@nationaltrust.org.uk
Telephone
Call 01580 762334

Upcoming events

Great Expectations

Sat 04 Jun 2022
19:30-21:30
Hotbuckle perform an adaption of Great Expectations at Smallhythe Barn Theatre.

E.15 Romeo and Juliet

Sat 11 Jun 2022
19:00-22:00
Romeo and Juliet is being performed by E.15 at Smallhythe Place's Barn Theatre.

Midsummer Nights Dream by E.15

Sat 18 Jun 2022
19:30-22:00
Midsummer Night Dream is being performed by E.15 at Smallhythe Place's Barn Theatre.

Archaeology on the Border – Excavations at Smallhythe Place in Kent

Thu 21 Jul 2022
19:00-20:30
Nathalie Cohen, National Trust Archaeologist, talks about last year’s exciting excavations at Smallhythe in Kent and throws light on what this years dig in August hopes to uncover .

Midsummer Nights Dream by The Summer Theatre Company

Wed 27 Jul 2022
19:30-22:00
Midsummer Nights dream performed by The Summer theatre Company in the Barn Theatre.

Tai Chi in the garden

Sat 24 Sep 2022
11:00-12:00
Join us at Smallhythe Place for some Tai Chi in the garden on the last Saturday of every month through to the end of September.